Europe invests in green technologies despite the corona crisis27 Mar 2020
Europe is committed to be the first climate-neutral continent in the world and to reach this goal, the Europ...
The New York Times article explains how the Nokia and Microsoft layoffs have created a surplus of unemployed tech workers in Finland and how there has been special effort in encouraging these workers to start their own companies. Specifically, the article mentions Quuppa, Creoir and Piceasoft, which are Spinverse Innovation Mill companies.
Quuppa focuses on precise indoor geolocation positioning, while Creoir designs and develops tailored digital services and wireless devices such as smartphones, wearables and other wireless products to consumer brands and other wireless products to consumer brands and our partners globally. Piceasoft is a Finnish software company specialized in media transfer solutions between mobile devices and cloud.