Super engineers, assemble!
More and more, Finland is known as “the land of the super engineers” – and a new study lends credibility to the notion. The TechSkillsAtlas 2023 study shows that the engineering muscle is in fine form in Finland – and still gaining momentum.
Booster for better business
One may not immediately associate Finland as a healthtech powerhouse – but the wellbeing-minded Finns have, indeed, built a rather convincing case. From advanced medical devices doing, say, measuring and imaging to IVD diagnostics and laboratory equipment used in therapy and rehabilitation, Finnish Healthtech is clearly on roll. (And don’t even get me going about the startup scene.)
Finland is leading the way with advances in solutions that will help companies optimize emissions and achieve their carbon transition goals
Decarbonizing heavy industry is a global issue of significant concern to humanity that needs to be urgently addressed. Reaching carbon targets requires sizeable reductions in emissions in every industrial sector. Companies across Europe are feverishly looking for ways to reduce CO2 emissions, and Finland has expertise and pioneering solutions in decarbonizing industries and creating more sustainable value chains that are already available.
Information Age pioneers going strong
Believe the hype: Finland is still the hi-tech superpower it’s cracked up to be – with plenty of momentum still left, too. According to the newest comprehensive TechSkillsAtlas™ 2023 study, it seems evident that Finland remains solid in all things tech and continues to improve in key areas. What’s more, Finland is also getting better at re-engaging with its tech talent pool.
Moving Towards Fossil-Free Plastics – Finland Offers Unique Bio-based Innovations to Replace Traditional Plastic Packaging
Consumers are increasingly demanding more sustainable packaging options for the goods they purchase. To meet this shift in consumer demand, the packaging industry is moving away from fossil-based raw materials and increasingly adopting bio-based packaging. Finland offers a wide variety of new and innovative bio- and byproduct-based materials to replace traditional plastic packaging.
US based Plug Power Makes Strategic Move into Finland’s Green Hydrogen Economy
Plug plans to develop three green hydrogen production plants in Finland for European markets. This investment stands among Europe's largest, showcasing Finland's international competitiveness and marking a remarkable achievement, creating around 1,000 direct jobs and over 3,000 indirect jobs, significantly boosting the local economy.