September 23, 2019
The daily brief: 23 September 2019
Airport College International is co-operating with Jettainer to bring its online training to airlines, ground handling agents and freight forwarders.
Airport College International
All the daily Finnish business news that works: HappyOrNot, Airport College International and KONE make headlines.
HappyOrNot has raised some serious growth financing, Airport College International has started to promote and sell its online training with Jettainer, and KONE is equipping two luxury towers in Dubai with lifts.
Finland-headquartered HappyOrNot has raised 25 million US dollars in growth financing, which it will use to strengthen its position as a leading global provider of real-time customer and employee feedback. The financing round was led by North European growth capital firm Verdane, with existing investor Northzone also chipping in. HappyOrNot is behind the globally recognised Smiley feedback system that is used for example by McDonald’s, the San Francisco 49ers, London Heathrow Airport and the NHS.
Finnish company Airport College International has started a commercial co-operation with Jettainer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo. The collaboration aims to promote and sell Airport College International’s online unit load device (ULD) operations training, in particular, to airlines, ground handling agents and freight forwarders.
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Finland’s KONE will supply 25 lifts to the Address Harbour Point high-end dual tower development in Dubai, the UAE. The towers are part of The Dubai Creek Harbour Community and will host serviced residences and a five-star hotel. Located close to Creek Marina and downtown Dubai, the towers rise to heights of 212 metres and 255 metres, respectively.
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