In this week’s column, Pekka Walkama encourages everyone to brag for software from Finland.
This week, Finnfacts trainee Elisa Häggström tells why a Finnish influence can be felt in cinemas around the world.
"Quite often, you can count on Finns being no-nonsense and true to their word," says Christina Dahlblom from Miltton Sparks in this week's column.
Finpro and Tekes are now Business Finland. Director general Pekka Soini explains what's coming next.
How can we help children become active users instead of passive recipients of technology? Sanna Lukander from Fun Academy gives her two cents.
This week, Ville Vaarne talks about how public libraries can help people not only find books to read, but also improve their digital skills.
What has #Suomi100 done to Finland's travel industry? Visit Finland executive vice president Paavo Virkkunen explains.
How could Finland grow its fan base in Japan? Irma Patala from Finpro tells us her suggestions.
Proving that good things come in threes, this week Sari Torkkola shares a trio of learnings she has accrued from ecosystem initiatives.
What's going on in the podcast universe? Sampsa Fabritius from Kieku Labs has a thing or two to say about that.
"Sustainable job satisfaction is not bought with free Coke and pizza," says Mika Sutinen, titled The Businessman of the Year 2017.