December 1, 2015

Natur Vention builds on future health trend

Natur Vention’s smart active plant walls improve the quality of indoor air in Finland and in Russia at as many as 500 sites.
Natur Vention’s smart active plant walls improve the quality of indoor air in Finland and in Russia at as many as 500 sites.
Teemu Granström

Natur Vention, a manufacturer of active plant walls that purify indoor air, will start exporting clean indoor air to Sweden. The Stockholm office will open its doors in January.

“Stockholm is the first step in our bid to expand to the rest of Scandinavia and Europe. Stockholm was a natural choice for us due to its location and pioneer-minded client base. It is also home to the largest market in the Nordics and ideal as an export destination, as organisations there are inclined to invest in their premises and in their personnel’s wellbeing,” says Natur Vention’s business development director, Martti Siniharju.

Natur Vention, provider of biological air purification technology solutions, has seen its turnover grow 250 per cent during the past year and raised 1.5 million euros in funding to expand its operations and develop its technology.

“Healthy air is a privilege that only a select few can enjoy, particularly in the world’s megacities. Our mission is to make it a human right. We eat a kilo of food and drink a couple of kilos of liquid every day, but we breathe in 14 kilos of indoor air. In the Western world, people can largely choose the quality of their food and drink, but not of their indoor air – until now. We know that the air we breathe will be the next major health trend,” says the founder of the company, Aki Soudunsaari.

The company’s goal is to operate in all of the world’s megacities by 2020, improving people’s health through indoor air.

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