The daily brief: 13 June 2019

June 13, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Airport College International, Wapice, Next Games, Cloudia and PromoRepublic make headlines.

The daily brief: 6 June 2019

June 6, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Neste, Neverthink and Nokia make headlines.

The daily brief: 4 June 2019

June 4, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Salcomp, Futures Platform, Hatch, Konecranes and Kuori make headlines.

OneMind Dogs raises EUR 500K

May 2, 2019

Finnish online dog training company OneMind Dogs has raised more than 500 000 euros in crowdfunding for the launch of its new puppy training programme and US market growth.

SOMA secures over EUR 1 million funding

April 30, 2019

Finnish blockchain-based software startup SOMA has closed a 1.1 million-euro bridge funding round.

MeetingPackage grows online booking service

April 29, 2019

Finnish meeting space booking platform MeetingPackage has raised 1.5 million euros to speed up international growth.

Infinited Fiber Company raises EUR 3.7 million

April 16, 2019

Finnish startup Infinited Fiber Company (IFC) has raised 3.7 million euros in funding. The investors include H&M Group, Fortum and Virala.

ICT

Marketing platform Boksi raises EUR 1 million

April 11, 2019

Boksi’s funding round was led by Estonian Trind Ventures and backed by Nordic VC Wave Ventures, angel investors and Business Finland.

ICT

Leadfeeder banks EUR 3.1 million in funding round

April 9, 2019

Finnish sales intelligence startup Leadfeeder has closed a Series A funding round of 3.1 million euros. The round was led by Endeit Capital and backed by both Superhero Capital and Vendep Capital.

Teraloop secures EUR 2.4 million grant

March 29, 2019

Finnish startup Teraloop has secured an EU Horizon 2020 grant of 2.4 million euros for its energy storage technology pilot.

Finnish startups raise EUR 479 million in funding

March 26, 2019

Finnish early-stage growth companies and startups raised 479 million euros in investments in 2018, representing a 31 per cent increase from the previous year.