How are innovative scaleups such as the Nordic Scalers Alumni tackling Covid-19? We spoke to Anna-Maija Sunnanmark, Senior Innovation Adviser at Nordic Innovation.
As borders in various European countries reopen, new challenges emerge. In this article, we list the innovative Nordic-Baltic tech startups that are shaping the ‘new normal’ in the region.
Since the onset of the pandemic, we have reported on key trends in EdTech. In this article, we look at the insights gained from lockdown and the potential conditions for continued innovation in education in the Nordic-Baltic region.
We spoke to Jenni Vartiainen, founder of Finnish Kide Science about how her pedagogy research into how young children learn has influenced the technology her startup uses.
Finland’s strong digital infrastructure and technology ecosystem enabled a rapid response to the crisis. As it adapts to a new normal, Finland is well-positioned to consolidate its digital progress.
The EdTech sector in the Nordic-Baltic region has been accelerating [...]
In this article we highlight some of the ways in which the crisis has urged us to think about better ways of doing things and cooperating within society. These examples give us hope that we will collectively continue to use challenging times as an opportunity to innovate.
Access to liquidity is a major challenge for startups and SMEs during the crisis, and options such as crowdlending, crowdfunding and e-commerce have become increasingly relevant. In this article, we list 10 startups that are working to improve Finance and Welfare in the Nordic-Baltic region.
We spoke to CEO of Viima, Jesse Nieminen, to hear about how Viima has adapted to the Covid-19 and how the crisis might change the demand for digital technology.
With the economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic becoming apparent, the livelihoods of millions of citizens across the Nordics and Baltics are under threat. We take a look at how governments, employers and startups across the region are attempting to tackle the impact on personal finances and welfare due to Covid-19.