Cities of the future 2020/2021

Financial Times FDi Intelligence magazine has published on its pages a list of cities of the future. This list is divided into major, large, medium, small and micro European cities. Interestingly, according to the magazine, the city of Braga (Portugal) is the seventh city of the future in the category of strategies for attracting foreign investment of cities up to 200,000 inhabitants. In this category, Reykjavik took first place. Braga first appeared on the pages of this magazine.

The mayor of Braga, Ricardo Rio, has already responded to this by expressing his satisfaction, as “the inclusion of Braga in this ranking is yet another proof that our strategy for attracting and attracting investment is working. In recent years, the Municipality of Braga has had a  policy of great external promotion and we feel that the appearance in this type of rankings values our city and our business fabric”.

The appearance of Braga in this rating ensures the recognition of the city and emphasizes its investment opportunities in the international market. You can read even more about Braga on a separate page, which describes the benefits that are offered not only to investors but also to residents and visitors. According to the mayor of the city, “it is essential to continue with this strategy, as only by promoting Braga abroad can more wealth be created internally and create more and better jobs. Today we are already the fourth exporting municipality in the country and we do not intend to stop here. For that, we need more investment”

Learn more about Citizenship by Investment Programs

In this list, you can find two more Portuguese cities: Porto as the fifth city of the future in the category of medium-sized cities (more than 200,000 inhabitants) in attracting foreign investment and the city of Lisbon in seventh place in the major cities of Southern Europe.

Follow us:

Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Telegram | YouTube