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During the summer, Spinverse Innovation Management and Spinverse Management Consulting have joined forces and are now Spinverse Oy. Spinvese is now better equipped to offer its customers expertise to fulfill their requirements in today’s fast-paced global environment.
“The creation of Spinverse Oy has created a lot of synergies, which are vital for our role as driving the industry of tomorrow, prime examples of such cases are the CleverHealth Network project and the Digital Fiber Initiative. Both of them are cross-industrial, open innovation ecosystems digitalising the health and forest industries respectively. In these projects, we build the plan, find and activate the right partners, and orchestrate the ecosystem” says Laura Koponen, Managing Director of Spinverse.
“We’ve formed new teams based on the industrial expertise of our experts and consultants. The new teams are: health & electronics, ICT & security, bioeconomy & renewables and manufacturing & energy. These teams form the solid basis for building ecosystems and developing new business. A key factor in this is that that our experts have vast experience in working actively in the respective industry. The hands-on attitude, extensive expertise, and proven consulting methodologies are important tools to understand our customers and help them to renew and succeed.” comments Niklas Weckström, Vice President of New Business at Spinverse.
Spinverse is the Nordic leader in innovation consulting, specialised in driving open innovation ecosystems, arranging funding and commercialising emerging technologies. Founded in 2004, Spinverse employs 50+ professionals in Europe. These technology and business experts drive the clients’ R&D&I and business undertakings to develop game-changing solutions and connect them with Europe’s top R&D investing companies, innovative SMEs, research organisations and public-private partnerships.