The daily brief: 13 June 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Airport College International, Wapice, Next Games, Cloudia and PromoRepublic make headlines.
Qt to power digital cockpits with Neusoft
Finnish software company Qt has partnered with Chinese IT company Neusoft Corporation to deliver immersive driving experiences in China.
Valamis partners with LinkedIn Learning
Finnish company Valamis will have its AI-powered learning platform integrated with LinkedIn Learning’s massive content library.
Teleste enables digital innovation at Thai university
Finnish company Teleste will collaborate with the Prince of Songkla University and Thai company Point IT Consulting on the development of digital smart campus video applications.
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.
Liferay sets up shop in Finland
American software company Liferay has opened a business unit in Finland in preparation of expansion to other Nordic countries.
720 Degrees raises funding from Pi Labs
Finnish climate analytics startup 720 Degrees has raised 2.9 million euros in funding. The capital injection consists of funding from the property technology-focused venture capital firm Pi Labs and grants from Business Finland and Horizon 2020.
Meru Health’s digital therapy studied in California
Finnish company Meru Health’s app-based digital depression therapy programme will be evaluated by researchers at Stanford Medicine and VA Palo Alto Health Care System.
Big developments for Finns in Sweden
Finnish technology, strategy and design company Solita is expanding to Gothenburg, while Swedish company Humana is acquiring Finnish care provider Coronaria Hoiva.
Finnish medtech lands on Silicon Republic’s list
Silicon Republic has listed 25 life science and medtech startups to watch in 2019 giving the nod to Finnish startups Etsimo, Aiforia and Oura.