"Change is difficult, but not for the reasons people tend to think," says Toni Paloheimo in this week's column.
"They hate what I’m saying, we are never going to get that deal…" This week, Maija Karhusaari from Finpro talks about the Finnish way of being silent.
This week's column is by Turo Numminen, who would want to see 'startup clubs' as after school activities for kids interested in changing the world.
In this week's column, Kimberly Pfeifer from the US explains why she wants to travel to Finland to learn about the education system.
This week is Midsummer! Saga Raippalinna takes a look at what it really is about. "Finns cheer, eat, drink, play music, sing and dance."
What's so great about Finnish working life? Let Tero Lausala from the Association for Finnish Work spill the beans.
This week Emmi Kaipio takes a look at the importance of face-to-face encounters between startups and investors when making investment decisions.
This week, Maija Karhusaari sheds light on Finnish business etiquette.
This week Heikki Huttunen talks about how Finland is in a good position to contribute to the democratisation of artificial intelligence.
This week Wan Wei Soh talks about how Finland should leverage its top-quality approach abroad.
This week, Anna Rahikainen from Kotipizza Group talks about how sustainability can and should be turned into a profitable mode of business.