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In recent weeks Glasgow has received a number of accolades which demonstrate its world class standing as a dynamic, 21st-century city.
Glasgow has been named the European Capital of Sport 2023 – becoming the first city to win the title twice. Glasgow has made significant investment in its sporting and tourism infrastructure thus attracting world-class athletes and events to the city.
The EU’s Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor 2019 has named Glasgow as the top cultural and creative centre in the UK. The study ranks 190 cities in 30 European countries on various factors with Glasgow coming first for “openness, tolerance and trust” and “cultural participation and attractiveness.”
Resume specialist, Resume.io, has named Glasgow as Europe’s number one city for recent graduates based on essentials such as rent levels and cost of living, and access to sports and fitness facilities and local culture.
The 2019 Global Destination Sustainability Index recognised Glasgow as one of the world’s top five cities for its commitment to sustainable business tourism based on four criteria: environmental strategy and infrastructure, social sustainability performance, the strategy of the host city’s Convention Bureau, and industry supply chain support. Ranking number four in the world, Glasgow is the only UK city to feature on the list.
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