London and Helsinki ink digital partnership
The two cities have agreed on a city-to-city digital declaration that aims to establish collaboration on artificial intelligence, open data and digital innovation.
Exquance Software sets up joint proptech venture
Finnish firm Exquance Software and Dutch company KATE Innovations have started a joint venture to bring a new real estate valuation platform to the European market.
Thirdpresence expands international presence
Helsinki-based video advertising company Thirdpresence has bought video platform Flowplayer, which has offices around the world in cities such as New York and London.
BCaster and ESPAT Media team up for e-sports
Finnish media platform builder BCaster has partnered with US-based ESPAT Media to provide real-time photo and video monetisation services in e-sports.
in4mo expands Solera’s Digital Home platform
Finnish property claims solution provider in4mo has been acquired by American company Solera.
TrademarkNow makes it onto WTR 1000
Finland-headquartered TrademarkNow has been selected for the World Trademark Review’s 2019 edition of the WTR 1000, a listing of the world’s leading trademark legal service providers.
Five for Friday: Solutions with water
Whether it’s bottling, purifying, filtering, monitoring or capturing energy, Finnish companies have a taste for water-related innovations.
Juha Salmela named European CTO of the Year
The innovator and co-founder of Finnish sustainable fibre startup Spinnova, Juha Salmela, has been chosen as Europe’s chief technology officer of 2018.
Molok establishes subsidiary in France
Finnish waste collection company Molok has established a French subsidiary called Molok France in order to provide solutions for the emerging needs of biowaste collection locally.
Spliethoff monitors ships with Finnish IT startup nauticAi
Dutch shipping company Spliethoff has integrated the high-performance nauticAi Map mapping service into its sensor-based fleet performance platform.
Sniffie Software boosted by Google
Finnish company Sniffie Software is among three promising startups selected for Google’s new Accelerate Your Growth initiative.