As much as having an in-depth understanding on the conceptual aspects of innovative geographies, it is also important to have empirical evidence on how these geographies are formed or being formed. This part of the book focuses on practical examples from the Nordic context identifying the most well-known and successful urban locations that may be deemed as forerunners in smart development. Nordic countries and Estonia are easily selectable locations as they all have gained interest as highly adopting ICT countries. All the other cities are from the Nordic countries except the Baltic state of Estonia. The chapter provides an introduction to this part of the book that searches for empirical evidence from the practice.