Denmark no. 4 in the world at attracting high-value investments
17 September 2015
Denmark is fourth in the world at attracting high-value foreign investment projects, according to IBM’s 2015 Global Location Trends report. This confirms Denmark’s position as an attractive destination for knowledge-intensive investment.
The Global Location Trends report 2015 by IBM ranks Denmark fourth in the world in terms of attracting high-value investment projects, which create high-paying and knowledge-intensive jobs.
“The ranking confirms that Denmark is a top performer when it comes to offering an attractive business environment with innovative industry clusters, vibrant R&D environments and a highly-skilled workforce”, says Claus Lønborg, CEO, Copenhagen Capacity.
Strong within ICT, cleantech and life sciences
Globally, Denmark is recognised as a strong hub for life sciences, cleantech and ICT and Smart City solutions. Technology giants such as Hitachi and Cisco recently placed R&D activities in Copenhagen, owing to unique access to data and easy collaboration and partnerships with the public sector.
Medicon Valley, one of Europe’s leading life science clusters, offers an excellent public-private collaboration and a unique test environment for turning clinical research into business.
Ireland tops the list followed by Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Finland, India and Germany.
See more in the IBM 2015 Global Location Trends report.