Persistence pays off for Seepia Games
After its first three games clocked up millions of downloads, this games studio aims to duplicate its success.
World’s first mobility operator born in Finland
Finnish company Maas Finland wants to revolutionize the global transportation market.
Helsinki develops some of world’s most successful apps
Helsinki is the most prolific source of successful mobile apps after Silicon Valley. This was revealed by the British think tank Caribou Digital’s and Mozilla’s report on the global business surrounding mobile phone apps.
Finnish startup Zyptonite brings privacy to video calls
Born out of frustration with unreliable, insecure video calling services, Zyptonite believes it has found a better way.
Gold&Green Foods makes vegetarianism easily digestible
Finnish oats and beans combine to create an innovative and nutritious alternative to meat.
French VC firm Ventech targets Nordics with Finnish expansion
In recent years the Nordic region has gained a veritable reputation as a hotbed for innovative startups. This reputation has now attracted also the first international venture capital (VC) company to set up office in Finland.
Happy Or Not provides feedback, one smiley at a time
Gathering the opinions of customers and employees is now as easy as the push of a button.
Merus Power provides filtration to UAE
The filters are being used in a newly constructed government building, ensuring reliable and energy-efficient operations of critical data centre processes.
Reima brings wearable tech to children’s clothes
Reima, Finnish children’s outerwear brand, has developed a new clothing concept that includes wearable movement sensors and a mobile app.
Finnish researchers and Pfizer develop targeted cancer drugs
Cancer researchers at the University of Helsinki’s Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM) have agreed on a collaborative research project with the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. The purpose of the project is to create new targeted cancer drugs particularly for the treatment of leukaemia.
Pöyry awarded detailed engineering assignment in Canada
Consulting and engineering company Pöyry (Montreal) is to transform Kruger’s No. 10 newsprint machine in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, into a state-of-the-art lightweight and high-strength recycled linerboard production facility.