We take a look at the trends and solutions that have helped both companies and employees in the Nordic-Baltic region to survive and thrive under the new status quo.
Adapting to remote working conditions requires new tools and practices for both managers and employees. We highlight 10 startups and initiatives that are stepping up to the challenge.
Under Covid-19, many populations are practicing social distancing, leaving countless children, young people, adults and pensioners isolated from their communities and carers. These 11 NordicBaltic startups are reconnecting citizens remotely, bringing digital social care to the homes of patients, pensioners and relatives across the region.
To make startups aware of what their government can do for them, we have created a country-by-country roundup of government-backed resources in the Nordics and Baltics for startups and scaleups dealing with the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis.
The Covid-19 crisis has left schools closed and most parents having to educate their children from home. This has presented EdTech startups with a unique opportunity to offer their digital solutions to students and teachers who are keen for education to continue during these difficult times.
Innovative digital solutions are in demand to tackle the Corona crisis. NordicBaltic.tech is our way of bringing governmental organizations and digital entrepreneurs together. Watch the video of NCM SG, Paula Lehtomäki, inviting you to share your initiative or solution.
In the first of a new series looking at how startups in the Nordics and Baltics are tackling Covid19, the focus this week is on HealthTech. Here are 10 innovative HealthTech startups doing their bit to help fight the disease.