Five for Friday: Why Industrial Internet is the thing
Finland’s long history with high tech continues with contemporary applications such as the Industrial Internet.
Five for Friday: Wooden construction and design
Given the fact that 75 per cent of Finland’s land area is covered by forest, it is no wonder that its green gold has been exported around the world in various shapes and sizes.
WHO: Finland has world’s best air quality
The air quality in Finland is the best in the world, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Yetitablet finds the right touch in Jordan
A pilot project involving Finnish company Kuori’s Yetitablet has been met with an encouraging response in Jordan, underlining the tablet’s suitability as an orthodox teaching tool for the 21st-century classroom.
Happy May Day!
We are taking a brief break to celebrate May Day. We’ll be back on 2 May with more of the good stuff.
CupofTherapy for MUJI in Japan
Finnish wellbeing and mental health concept company CupofTherapy has signed a collaboration agreement with Japanese lifestyle chain MUJI.
Five for Friday: Maritime industry
The maritime industry continues to make a significant splash for Finland’s economy.
Brella connects the dots in business
Be it love or professional life, we all know how difficult it can be to find The One. Finnish company Brella wants to make sure people leave business events with more than just a bag full of flyers.
Logonet brings Finnish Baby Aid Kit to Somalia
Finnish company Logonet has received 124 680 euros in funding from Finnpartnership to bring its tailored Finnish Baby Aid Kit to Somalia and help reduce child and maternal mortality in the country.
Five for Friday: Film directors
Finnish cinema is reaching an ever-growing audience through screens around the world.