Unique visitor centre that will exhibit both business innovation and city developments will be opened to the public in the City of Turku on 8 December 2017.
The visitor centre is called "Joki" meaning "River" in Finnish elaborating on the fact that Turku is a river city to its core. Joki will be Finland's first regional B2B-visitor centre offering various experiences to the visitors. It's interactive exhibitions will give you insights on how Turku region's business life and city development activities. Currently Joki has over 50 small business partners who are presenting their activities digitally in the premises of the visitor centre - making the centre unique even in the Nordic scale, since usually cooperation on that level is made with large companies.
The visitor centre will be mainly targeted towards experts, decision makers, students and international guests but will of course be open to all interested visitors. Main users of the buildings' premises are the City of Turku alongside with the universities and enterprises from Turku region.
Find out more and register to the excursion (in Finnish):
Press release (in Finnish)
The building was designed by Arosuo Arkkitehdit.