The daily brief: 5 June 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Iso Omena, Aalto University, FLEXOUND – The Augmented Audio Company, and industrial 5G AI-pilot in Finland make headlines.
Supermood looks at beauty from all angles
A jar of expensive body lotion won’t help much if other parts of one’s wellbeing are routinely neglected. Finnish company Supermood is spreading its holistic approach to feeling well across the US.
Elämys Group to sell Irish tickets for Olympics
Finnish travel and event company Elämys Group has been appointed as the exclusive ticket reseller in Ireland for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
Finnish shopping centre awarded in Europe
Citycon’s Iso Omena shopping centre, located in the Helsinki metropolitan area, has been awarded as the best large shopping centre expansion project in Europe by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).
Digital Goodie takes British groceries online
Finnish retail software technology provider Digital Goodie has agreed on a technology partnership with British consumer co-operative giant Co-op to develop an online grocery shop and home delivery service.
DigiBox taps Loupedeck for partnership
Finnish crowdfunded editing console provider Loupedeck has signed up for an official partnership with the UK-based product distribution company DigiBox.
Dyreparken goes digital with Yonoton
Finnish digital service provider Yonoton has signed a deal with Norway’s biggest theme park, Dyreparken, to become the park’s long-term digital partner.
Emmy makes second-hand your first choice
Finland-based Emmy functions like a flea market, but with no fleas. It’s not only an online marketplace for second-hand fashion, but also a way for brands to prove their commitment to durability.
EUR 1.5 million feeds Dagsmark Petfood
The Finnish pet food company has received a significant investment from English Tea Room, which is part of the Paulig Group.
Finnish mobility training stick woos NBA and NHL
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.