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Why invest in Tuscany?
There are at least 7 good reasons
to locate your business in Tuscany
1. A dynamic and diversified economy. Thanks to a per capita GDP higher than the national and European averages, and a deep-rooted tradition in the production, design, and marketing of Made in Italy products. 2. A vast pool of talent. Ensured by the excellent university system capable of guaranteeing a higher level of education and research than the national average. 3. Central location in Italy and in the Mediterranean basin. Easy access to a large consumer market.
4. A regional government “open for business”. The Tuscan regional system has always shown particular attention to promoting legislation in support of investors. 5. In the region of Tuscany, the cost of living is highly competitive: costs are lower than the national and European average. 6. Key sectors. An economic environment that includes Life Science, Fashion, Digital & ICT, Yacht Building, Logistics, Agribusiness, Tourism, Smart Industry, Transport & Mobility, and Prestigious Assets. 7. An Outstanding quality of life. In terms of the environment, health, safety, leisure, business, and employment… Tuscany offers a unique cultural and natural environment, perfect for attracting and retaining top talent.
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Tuscany has so much
Start up your business in one
of the most attractive and smart regions in Italy
A dynamic and diversified economy
A vast pool
Central location in Italy and in the Mediterranean basin
A regional government open to business
An Outstanding quality of life
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Overview of the regional
context and its opportunities
A region internationally renowned for
Fashion and Made in Italy, tourism (historic sites, art cities,
nature), processed and agricultural products
(ceramics, precious metals, wine, olive oil…)
quality of life
Industrial districts: fashion-design, textiles, marble, wood,
furniture, paper, boat building, jewelry
Skills, research, development & innovation
3 universities (Florence, Pisa, Siena), 5 institutes of higher education, 5 technology clusters, 17 National Research Council (CNR) institutes FDIs: > 500 Foreign Multinationals
10 main cities
Florence, Pisa, Livorno, Lucca, Siena, Pistoia, Arezzo,
Grosseto, Massa, and Prato.
3 international ports
Livorno, Piombino, Carrara
2 main international airports with more than forty destinations
Among the busiest routes are Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam,
Munich, Zurich, Madrid, London, and Brussels.