Finland has been touted as a buzzing centre of cleantech activity for some years. The country with the happiest people in the world, with the best air quality, is naturally the country that will save the planet as well. With companies like Ecolan and Carbofex, two rising cleantech stars in Tampere Region, it might actually be possible.
Specma Oy, a subsidiary of a leading Nordic hydraulics company, has chosen the Tampere Region as the location of its logistics operations because of the good transport connections. Business Tampere offered Specma an easy access to the region.
AAC Technologies announced the opening of an R&D center in Tampere in 2018. Now the company announces Tampere as the headquarters of its European operations and targets to grow its Tampere site personnel up to 200 by the year 2025.
Nordic Startup School is a program organized in collaboration with Golden Gateway and Startup Tampere, the initiative under Business Tampere, to help the most promising startups boost their quest for an international success. Now the search is over, and the organizers have eventually selected eight startups, along with five prospects to join them.
A Tampere-based technology startup FORCIOT, producing stretchable electronics eg. for automotive, logistics and wearable sectors, recently announced investment made in the company by Heraeus and Volvo Cars.
14th of February is about making new connections for startups, investors and even tech-savvy developers. That special day marks the beginning of Startup Tampere Meetup, a monthly series of events for insights about funding related themes, best practices, concrete tips, success stories and meeting investors.
Welcome to listen our webinar series on the challenges of internationalisation. We are starting the journey from a case study to Poland continuing to cases to Estonia, Germany, UK and later even to Kenya.