Runteq gives sports apps a run for their money
It’s no stretch to say that the market has been saturated with similar devices that track and monitor your sporting progress. Breaking away from the pack, Zoi brings your coach along with you.
Casablanca’s port terminals to Kalmar’s care
Finnish cargo handling company Kalmar has received an order to supply seven RTG cranes in Casablanca, Morocco.
Swedish and Finnish ports to reduce impact on Baltic Sea
A trio of Finnish TEN-T core ports have teamed up with Ports of Stockholm and Viking Line to reduce the environmental impact from shipping in the Baltic Sea.
Striimin takes global film industry online
The film and TV industry is increasingly headed online and Finnish streaming technology company Striim.in is helping to take them there.
Study Advisory makes choosing universities student-friendly
Every year a handful of esteemed academic indexes rank universities on a global scale. But do these really give prospective students the information they require when deciding where to study?
Richie makes modern-day mobile media profitable
Newspapers and magazines are competing for their readers’ time – and money – with countless other things. The mobile solutions created by Finnish Richie make readers stay on the pages of a digital paper, and advertising is added subtly yet efficiently.
Zalando launches its first startup coaching program in Helsinki
German online fashion giant Zalando opens the doors of its Helsinki tech hub to innovative startups.
Mercedes-Benz’s SUV manufacturing to Finland
Finnish company Valmet Automotive will start manufacturing Mercedes-Benz GLC SUVs in Uusikaupunki, Finland.
Luxury yacht hotel gains international backing
Finnish hospitality company Sunborn International has signed an agreement with global Pennant Park Investment Corporation.
Herrmans to open Chinese warehouse
Finnish bicycle component producer Herrmans is establishing a warehouse in Shanghai.
Yepzon gathers one million euros for internationalization
The latest round of financing of the Finnish tech company Yepzon resulted in new capital from new and old investors to the tune of a million euros.