Malmö is a natural hub for people and cultures from worldwide. The city’s inhabitants come from around 170 countries and speak some 150 different languages.
How a post-industrial city reinvented itself as a dynamic knowledge centre built on cultural diversity, youth and sustainable development.
Progressive eco-friendly development projects and multi-stakeholder social initiatives to promote health and well-being have put Malmö on the map as one of Northern Europe’s most sustainable cities.
Malmö is highly diverse, both culturally and socially. The city’s inhabitants come from around 170 countries and speak a total of 150 languages.
The City of Malmö is a large regional employer with a strong profile in social welfare and sustainable development and a commitment to providing high-quality services.
Malmö works to deliver inclusive education services – from playgroups and preschools to higher education – that provide a sound platform for lifelong learning.
The city of Malmö offers technical visits for municipalities, cities, organizations, etc. that have a professional interest in taking advantage of our approach, experience and success factors.
Malmö City Council decides in matters of greater importance for the municipality, such as budget, taxes and guidelines for municipal activities.
Extensive work is taking place as regards EU issues in Malmö, and the city is actively involved in many different ways.
Here you'll find information on the City of Malmö's credit rating and loan programmes. You'll also find the City of Malmö's annual reports in English.
Culture is an important and increasingly significant component in the lives and well-being of Malmö residents.
To www.malmotown.com, Malmö’s website for tourists
To Malmö Business, Malmö’s official business website