IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

February 15, 2019

The real Lord of the Rings, sauna beer, new Bodom and Berlinale – take a look at the past week in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

EUR 1.5 million feeds Dagsmark Petfood

February 15, 2019

The Finnish pet food company has received a significant investment from English Tea Room, which is part of the Paulig Group.

Finnish university in cross-border research project

February 15, 2019

LUT Lappeenranta University of Technology is involved in a cross-border consortium with a Russian university and industrial partner to build infrastructure elements from a new hybrid wood-based material.

Five for Friday: New airline routes to Finland

February 15, 2019

The tourism business is booming in Finland, with this quintet on board and set to take off.

Finnish mobility training stick woos NBA and NHL

February 13, 2019

Bye-bye back pain and stiff necks. Finnish sports technology company TE3 has transformed the old faithful exercise stick, using data and artificial intelligence, into a personal mobility trainer.

It’s all in the sauce for Jävla Sås Bolag

February 12, 2019

How many ingredients does it take to make excellent ketchup? Kaius Gestranius set out to discover for himself. The end result: not one too many.

Five for Friday: Solutions with water

February 8, 2019

Whether it’s bottling, purifying, filtering, monitoring or capturing energy, Finnish companies have a taste for water-related innovations.

Kaslink Aito oats it up in Sweden

February 15, 2019

Finnish food company Kaslink Aito has expanded its healthy product offering in Sweden with its Aito Oat Drink Barista and Aito Organic Oat Drink brands.

Nordcloud secures EUR 20 million funding

February 14, 2019

Finnish public cloud services company Nordcloud has raised 20 million euros from Finnvera and OP Corporate Bank.

London and Helsinki ink digital partnership

February 14, 2019

The two cities have agreed on a city-to-city digital declaration that aims to establish collaboration on artificial intelligence, open data and digital innovation.

Finnish firms boost presence worldwide

February 14, 2019

Finnish companies Stora Enso, Nokia, Valmet, Kalmar, UPM Raflatac and Pöyry have strengthened operations and secured orders around the world.