Finns are collaborating to create the education of the future, writes Lilli Mäkelä.
Technological change and soaring customer expectations are driving businesses to collaborate in new ways, and the banking industry is no exception, writes Jussi Valsta.
“Changes begin with small actions,” writes Laura Varja. “Reducing our emissions and compensating for those we cannot reduce plays an important role in preventing climate change.”
The Finnish brand is strong in Hong Kong, writes Gitta Hägg-Lundvall, epitomising trust, cleanliness and technological knowhow, combined with soft values.
Libraries have a strong position in the Finnish society as a low-threshold and free-of-charge service open to all, write Lotta Muurinen and Antti Sauli.
Mika Relander spent the spring on secondment in China and has some excellent insights into how Finland and China can learn from one another.
The happiest country in the world should also be the most responsible, writes Ernesto Hartikainen from Sitra.
This week, Tyshawn Hall shares some insights for those seeking employment in Finland.
Finland must be more active in sharing its learnings with those children in need worldwide, writes Annika Sundbäck-Lindroos.
Being family-friendly is one of the most efficient ways to attract and retain the best employees and to invest in their wellbeing, write Annica Moore and Susanna Mikkonen.
Anne Kalliomäki is an entrepreneur and award-winning author with a mission to help companies shape their business through storification