Playvation signs first major deal in China
Hundreds of children at Saint Maria Parent-Child Kindergartens in Nanjing, China, will start learning a foreign language with Moomin Language School, a digital early language learning method developed by Finland’s Playvation.
Nopia Ride gives a lift to clean electric journeys
Urbanisation takes more and more of us into growing megacities, where mobility poses an ever-increasing issue. Nopia Ride wants to help people go to places without adding to smog and pollution.
Finlabs deepens US home care tech collaboration
Finnish software and digitalisation startup Finlabs is stepping up its collaboration with US-based Sandata Technologies in home care management.
PayiQ and SkedGo join for one app to move them all
Finnish fintech company PayiQ is teaming up with Australian smart mobility software developer SkedGo to provide state-of-the-art cashless door-to-door urban travelling.
Brella awarded in London
Finnish event networking software company Brella has won two awards at the Event Tech Awards in London.
Maptionnaire wants everyone on board with urban planning
With its map-based online questionnaires, this Finnish company offers urban planners an easy and efficient way to collect views from local residents.
Mediconsult to enhance e-health in Sri Lanka
Finnish e-health solutions provider Mediconsult and its Sri Lankan subsidiary M C Medisoft will deliver data management solutions to hospitals in Sri Lanka.
Finnish road maintenance project wins global recognition in Las Vegas
The International Road Federation (IRF) has recognised a Finnish road maintenance project with a Global Road Achievement Award.
Airport College International plants roots in Japan
Airport College International, a Finnish online training service for airlines, airport ground handling agents and logistics, has registered a subsidiary in Japan and opened a new office in Tokyo.
Enersize to acquire foothold in Europe
Finnish company Enersize is planning to acquire Leakage Management Systems Nordic's (LMS) LEAQS business to gain immediate market access to Europe.
Nokia lands deals worth over EUR 2 billion in China
The Finnish telecommunications giant has signed three separate framework agreements in China worth more than two billion euros combined.