International companies choose Finland
German company BASF is establishing a 400 million-euro battery materials production plant in Harjavalta and Estonian-headquartered CIVITTA has opened a new office in Helsinki.
Mightifier helps build positive culture in US schools
Finnish education technology company Mightifier is launching its positive school culture programme in elementary schools across the US, together with local partner Sunburst Digital.
Five for Friday: Electric vehicle solutions
These Finnish companies are going places with their electric approach to getting from point A to point B.
Minifiddlers brings violin to wider audience
International Minifiddlers, a programme launched by Helsinki-based Caprice, could make violin teaching a reality in primary schools and after-school clubs.
Q-Yachts electrifies the boating community
Finland’s Q-Yachts has made a global splash with its all-electric day cruiser, the Q30.
Five for Friday: Agricultural innovations
This Finnish quintet has developed different ways to ensure agriculture is at the forefront of technology advancements.
Kamux speeds up Swedish expansion
Finnish used car dealer Kamux continues to expand in Sweden by opening its 15th showroom in the country, in Norrtälje, in the beginning of 2019.
Arkki helps kids design smart and friendly Ho Chi Minh City
Finnish-originated Arkki School of Architecture for Children and Youth is collaborating on a smart and child friendly Ho Chi Minh City project in Vietnam, together with UNICEF and local partners.
SYNOSTE raises EUR 5.1 million
Finnish medical device company SYNOSTE has raised over five million euros to support the launch of its patented smart skeletal deformation correction technology.