The Nokia mobile phone business is a pity. But looking at the history of this company-papermaking, forest cutting, tire production, electricity generation, the plan has not kept up with the changes is normal; the important thing is that from 1868 to the present, it is still alive!
This glass curtain wall and steel structure building covers an area of 48,000 square meters and was designed by Finnish architect Pekka Helin. Nokia officially opened it in 1997 and used it as the company's headquarters. It is located on the busy road between Helsinki, the capital of Finland, and Espoo, the second largest city in Finland, and Nokia's headquarters. As the site is located on the shore of the Baltic Sea, the beautiful sea scenery can be seen from the inside of the building. At the end of 2012, Nokia sold the building for 170 million euros and then leased it back for continued use.
This is the headquarters of Nokia. It is located in Espoo, the second largest city in Finland. The Nokia Center is really large and magnificent, showing its strength. As the overlord of the year, it is worth visiting here.
Just such a small Nordic country has bred such a world-famous enterprise that the whole world is watching. Nokia's headquarters is located in the university district in the west of Helsinki, backed by the mountains and the sea. Several office buildings with glass steel structure and novel design are connected together, showing a distinct personality in peace. In front of the company, a beautiful helipad was built near the sea, which is unique and novel. You ask Finns, what is the most proud of? Their answer must be: First, our government is the most incorruptible in the world; second, we have the most famous Nokia communications products in the world. Indeed, Nokia is sacred and proud in the minds of Finns. They will tell you many stories about Nokia; everyone is proud of being able to work in this company; everyone likes to use this brand of mobile phone . When you want to discuss with them why Finland can cultivate such a famous world-class company, they will also be very humorous but calmly tell you that we have a vast land and few people in Finland. Everyone likes to live on forests and islands. It won't work without mobile communication. The most classic is that if Nokia’s current president Joma Ollila wants to be the prime minister of Finland, he can immediately become the prime minister, and all voters will vote for him as long as he wants. It is said that 3% of Finland's GDP comes from Nokia.
Nokia is headquartered in Espoo, Finland, not far from Helsinki. Here is the pride of the Finns, the everlasting national industry. Green office building facing the sea. Is Microsoft listed now...