12 September 2019Comments are off for this post.

xEdu & Setapp collaborating! – what are the Edtech startups pain points?

After a successful collaboration in spring, we are thrilled to announce that Setapp’s experts will once again mentor xEdu startups for their Fall 2019 cohort! 

If you haven’t heard about xEdu yet - they are Europe’s leading business accelerator for #Edtech startups creating transformative learning solutions with pedagogical impact.

xEdu startups

xEdu is Europe's leading business accelerator for edtech startups


The startups can once again look forward to consultation in software development, user experience and customer development. We are excited to announce our three mentors for the fall ‘19 cohort: 

cezary startup

Cezary Mudyna

Cezary, our Chief Technology Officer, has more than a 15-year track record in e-education and publishing, running large software engineering teams at enterprise level. He will mentor xEdu startups on tech leadership and organisation.

Startup rafal

Rafał Staromłyński

Rafał has been associated with the graphic design industry for 12 years. He has been professionally involved with User Experience design for 5 years, previously designing web application interfaces, graphics and brand identities. He looks for solutions that simultaneously help achieve the organization’s goals and respond to the user needs. At Setapp, he heads the Product Design department, creating digital products based on UCD (user-centred design) methodology. 

Startup lukasz

Łukasz Jaruzal

Łukasz is the founder and CEO of the Edtech startup Wisdy. Not only does he have expertise in Customer Development and product lifecycle management but he also has tons of experience in Agile software development.
Łukasz can also provide Scrum training - a basic training aimed to introduce Product Owners, Product Managers, stakeholders or other team members to scrum. At Setapp, we work in real scrum - check our article to learn more about scrum.

Mentoring Spring '19

What are some of the most common pain points for startups?

We’ve already helped a lot of Edtech startups to overcome their digital problems, which has given us a lot of insightful knowledge about the most common problems they face. And, even though, every startup is unique and has its own set of challenges and opportunities, we can highlight several pain points that are extremely common among startup community:

1. Lack of quality feedback

Some startups don’t invest enough time to gather quality feedback from their target market. Startups that don’t listen to their audience are doomed to fail.

2. Lack of business knowledge and experience

The difference between running a startup and a mature company is huge. While a lot of startups have great ideas and are full of energy, they lack business knowledge and experience to succeed. 

3. Focusing on building a product and not on building the right product

It’s not actually that difficult to develop an app. The challenge is to create an app that sells! Finding the right business model and revenue plan is a huge problem for a lot of the startups we spoke with.

4. Not enough testing

Startups were scared to define a number of hypotheses about their product/business/marketing etc and then testing it. Their main job is to find a product-market fit. However, a lot of them are not aware of it.

5. Lack of knowledge in terms of agile

Many startups lack the knowledge and experience to work in an agile environment. Their product development process is all over the place and a clear product roadmap has not been defined. Enthusiasm and energy are great, but they won’t cover for clarity and experience.

6. Bad User Experience 

Some startups don’t put much emphasis on the User Experience of their app. Learners’ goals and how easy the technology is for the teachers to implement are two critical factors for an Edtech product to succeed. The UX of some apps we’ve analysed had many flaws related to engagement and the user journey. 

startup reference

Setapp offered strong mentoring support to Betwyll during the acceleration program we made in Helsinki with xEdu. They not only offered useful suggestions on how to reshape our app and its user experience, but they also offered us a wide variety of services to foster our grip on the edtech market. Setapp is one of those partners which can really make the difference for developing your business.

Edoardo Montenegro, Betwyll


We at Setapp are super excited for the Fall '10 cohort and would like to wish the startups all the very best. Our mentors Łukasz, Rafał and Cezary can't wait to start working with you all!

Are you an Edtech startup?
Check our ultimate guide to build a succesful Edtech product!

25 October 2017Comments are off for this post.

Startups in Denmark – the hidden champions of the Danish startup ecosystem

Denmark is well-known for its world-class design skills, high work standards and well-developed business environment. The Danish startup ecosystem is relatively small compared to the UK, Germany or even Sweden. However, both entrepreneurial spirit and a relaxed style make this small country a pretty unique place to do business.

Take a look at some of the most exciting startups with high growth potential to come out from Denmark.

1. Artland

Artland believes that collecting art should be smooth and straightforward. It aims to provide art collectors with the tools to navigate in a diverse art world. It also offers the possibility to engage with a worldwide community, driven by a shared passion for art.

artland app screens

Artland App Screens, Calendar (Left), User Profile (Right)


“Traditionally, the art industry has been slow at adapting to the new digital landscape, but things are changing. The audience of today is more comfortable navigating, discovering, sharing, and buying online, and the time has come for the art world to act upon this.” explains Mattis Curth - the company CEO & Co-Founder.

The Artland app is free for collectors to use. It makes its money from gallery subscription fees. In less than a year Artland has acquired more than 10.000 users in the Nordics and the Netherlands.There are more than 35 galleries selling artwork on the platform.The company has recently launched the app globally and is currently closing the next round of funding.

2. Temply

Temply is an on-demand staffing application that aims to digitalize and disrupt the traditional temporary staffing market. In short, it’s changing the way people work. It connects qualified and available workers with employers and it all happens while handling administrative tasks hassle-free.

Temply app

The company has just released the first version of its service which Setapp had the pleasure of developing. For now, Temply enables users to find the top 5% of temporary workers in Denmark and has an ambitious growth plan.

3. Simplyture

Simplyture automates the entire parking process while digitalizing parking administration for customers and businesses. Its parking intelligence uses license plate recognition to eliminate the need for barriers while creating unparalleled data insights.

Here's what Jonas Ørting, CEO & co-founder, Simplyture had to say about the product.

How it all started?

“Simplyture was born from the idea that parking is boring and annoying. We asked ourselves how can we create the solution that would change people's perception of parking to something that is just nice and fun."

How about expanding globally?

"For now, we’ve built the cloud-based administration platform that makes parking easy to use and we’re starting the global expansion. We’re launching our solution in the UK next month, and in the meantime, we process partnerships in other European countries from Germany to Lithuania.” 

4. Hooves

Hooves is built around making the most expensive sport in the world more accessible by bringing horses into the 'sharing economy' easier. It is driven by the current megatrends of 'mobile first' and the sharing economy, which makes everything around sharing a horse easier.

The app was launched in March 2017 in Denmark. It enables users to search for potential matches, plan and communicate through a management tool. It also insures the horses, the riders, and the equipments. Hooves’ business model has two main components - insurance fees and paid features for premium users.

“We launched the app this year and have validated the idea by receiving very positive feedback, especially for the management tool. Now it’s time to move forward and to launch an improved version of the app and to start global expansion, beginning with a launch in the Nordics.” - Suvi Kaario, CEO & Co-founder, Hooves.

5. Exruptive

Exruptive has developed an innovative solution to optimise both the security and commercial experience for passengers in international airports. The airport industry faces a lot of challenges and needs to re-think and re-engineer the entire value chain from check-in to gate. It aims to create better experiences for passengers and more efficient business solutions for operators and retailers.

Exruptive app

At Setapp we are working with Exruptive to develop a software platform for its 'intelligent trolley solution'. The company has developed a security scanning solution for cabin baggage, as well as chargeable, scanner compatible and context-aware airport shopping trolleys.

6. Studios

Studios’ mission is to change the way people discover and use the variety of fitness and sports possibilities. It provides easy access to many health and fitness professionals while making the whole thing a seamless and welcoming experience.

Studios members can attend a variety of fitness activities in their city with one single membership. The app is currently available in Copenhagen for iOS users, and the Android version is coming soon.


ERNIT is the world’s first smart piggy bank. It gives children the confidence to deal with real money in the digital world. Additionally, it harnesses the very latest technology to gain crucial lifelong skills that will never go out of date: earning and managing funds by themselves.

Ernit app

ERNIT’s interactive app and attractive piggy bank make the intangible tangible. Pocket-money chores become relevant. Goals become as much about the journey as the arrival. And giving has a purpose. ERNIT became a Techstars company in 2016.

8. Media Sifter

Media Sifter is a Copenhagen-based startup looking to transform the news media industry by using blockchain technology and crowd validation. The application is a fact-based news platform where investigative journalists and the community work together to help provide the big picture.

Media Sifter app

The platform's news aggregator will be built on top of a community that validates aggregated content through a blockchain-powered user consensus. It will enable users to navigate through the noise and bias of the current media landscape better. The aggregator is set to be launched in beta at the end of 2017.

“The main difference between Media Sifter and its competitors is that we are not currently focusing on the content creation part of the news but aggregating existing content and putting a community-driven layer on top.” says Ezequiel Djeredjian from Media Sifter.

9. Connected Cars

Connected Cars is working on an ambitious project to connect 250,000+ car-owners with their vehicles by hooking into the onboard diagnostics available in every modern car. Connected Cars wish to make driving and owning a car simpler, safer and more sustainable.

connected cars app

Its CEO, Mads Gregersen states “Connected Cars is all about creating connected mobility for 100,000s of users by connecting their vehicles to the cloud, each and everyone else"

Currently, more than 15,000 Volkswagen car owners in Denmark are using the service. The company is fully funded by Semler Gruppen and operates autonomously.

10. Harba

Harba is an international startup that is striving to digitalise how marinas operate. Harba’s primary goal is to make life easier for both sailors and harbour personnel.

Harba app

The app is free and available in multiple languages. Once a sailor requests a berth via the app, harbourmaster receives a notification via  email or SMS and can either confirm or decline it.

This solution is suitable for small, simple marinas, whereas, for larger and more complex harbours, Harba provides a web-based dashboard with customizable modules depending on each harbours' needs.

“We believe that sailing trips should be about sailing, enjoying the sea breeze, discovering new places and docking in great harbors without any hassle, rather than spending time sailing around a full harbour or worrying about how to pay for it.” - Christian Elkrog, CEO and founder, Harba

Wrapping up.

Denmark has a lot to offer its entrepreneurs, so it’s not a surprise that many successful companies like Unity or Zendesk  were born there. It seems that the biggest challenges that Danish startups face are internationalisation and finding enough talented employees to fuel their growth.

We keep our fingers crossed for these startups and their international expansion. These companies have vast potential to write the next Danish global success story. If you know any other promising startups from Denmark, please let us know in the comments section below or email us directly!


28 August 2017Comments are off for this post.

Seven Nordic EdTech startups to look out for in 2017-18

Nordics have always been a frontrunner in education, focusing on creativity and collaboration. Although it has seen a steady rise in the number of EdTech companies over the last few years, still the Nordic EdTech scene has recently lagged behind the UK and the US. This is caused by the lack of synergy between startups, investors, governments and other stakeholders.

Initiatives like The Nordic EdTech Network, EdTech Sweden, Oslo Edtech Cluster, xEdu acceleration program are trying to change that by building a Nordic EdTech community. Their aim is to connect individuals, companies, and organisations from the EdTech ecosystem.

Below you can find some of the recently set up Nordic EdTech startups.

1. Citationsy (Sweden)

Do you remember the painful days of writing your dissertation? Or the long hours you spent writing and editing blog posts? If so, you must have faced the dreadful task of providing proper citation & trying not to rob other people’s content. Ciationsy is a tool which helps you cite books, websites, articles and more with just a few clicks.

What’s more, it lets you create and export references in any style you desire and the best part it costs a mere $1/month. Now that’s a bargain for such a handy tool like this one. Kudos to Cenk Özbakır for creating such a helpful tool and making writing less stressful.

Citationsy EdTech

2. Lexplore (Sweden)

According to Shaywitz, co-director of the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity at Yale University, early identification of dyslexia among children can help to reduce some of the reading difficulties they have.

Lexlpore allows you to act fast and identify children with reading and writing difficulties early on which means that schools can intervene as soon as possible.

It’s a simple digital reading ability test consists of three steps:

  1. Children participate in a test which takes just a couple of minutes per child.
  2. The information from the test is uploaded to a cloud-based system.
  3. An AI computer model analyses the information before presenting the final results.

The use of AI and eye-tracking allows identifying children at risk of dyslexia fast and accurately. As a result, it requires minimum effort from schools so that classes can be run as usual.

In 2016 Lexplore won the EdTech Sweden startup of the year award.

optolexia screening recording EdTech

3. BookBites (Denmark)

Not everyone enjoyed reading at school especially when they had to go through a pile of boring texts from a big fat textbook. Then in 2015 came BookBites to motivate schoolchildren to read by gamifying reading and making it an enjoyable experience.

It splits books into digestible and time-based segments called “bites.” The quantity and duration of these segments adapt to match the student’s individual reading level and speed. It lets students track their reading progress and check their reading history or statistics.

Gamification encourages students to read by rewarding them with stars as they read. Teachers can use the app to get an insight into class reading skills and performance.

BookBite is nominated for the best newcomer startup from Denmark for the 2017 Nordic startup awards.

BookBites_App EdTech

4. Peergrade (Denmark)

Another classroom EdTech startup to be nominated for the best newcomer Danish startup for the 2017 Nordic Startup awards. Peergrade solves the problem of teachers to give comprehensive feedback to their students and encourages peer grading among the students which reduce 'time spent' on evaluating assignments.

It also provides quality feedback and encourages critical thinking among the pupils. It is easy as a pie to setup and use, for both students and teachers.

Some of the leading schools and universities including, Byron Public School, INSEAD, Boston University, KTH Royal University of Technology use Peergrade.

peergrade teacher view EdTech

5. 3D Bear (Finland)

This is by far the coolest and the most fun application on the list. 3D bear is a 3D design tool that runs on your browser or tablet and gets you familiar with 3D printing, AR and VR. The mission of 3D bear is:

To help educators create an environment in which students can learn life-skills that will make them successful in the 21st century – to elicit collaboration, improve multidisciplinary skills, develop a growth mindset and creative problem-solving.

With 3D bear, you can design and print your own avatar, learn number sequences and mathematical equations. You can even plan and produce a 3D model of your own room and furniture.

3D Bear was part of the prestigious xEdu acceleration program in 2016.

6. Fun Academy (Finland)

Created in support with Rovio - the company behind Angry Birds. Fun Academy combines entertainment with education to bring a dynamic learning environment. It offers teaching and gamified learning tools for teachers and kids at kindergarten.

Its array of digital and physical products helps teachers to provide kids with a fun and engaging learning environment.
Apart from Finland, Fun Academy has kindergartens in China, Singapore and the US and is set to roll out in Middle-East in 2017.

Fun Academy EdTech

7. Gruply (Norway)

People’s attention span is getting lower and lower each year. Advancement in technology and content overload are the reasons for it. Gruply lets you create bite-sized micro-courses and build an audience in less than 57 seconds.

You can create video stories, capture 3D animations and deliver them to your audience. It lets you share your content on channels like social media, email, SMS, and the web. You can be an influencer by building your community on chats and groups. Although still in beta, you can pre-register for the closed-beta to get an invitation.

As you can see the Nordic EdTech scene is hotting up, and it's only going to get bigger! We'll be closely following the latest development from the Nordics and we will share our thoughts on our blog.

P.S. Here's a piece by Annemarie Glaesel on 7 companies that best describe Norway's startup ecosystem.


24 August 2017Comments are off for this post.

7 companies that best describe Norway startup ecosystem

If someone asked you “What are the best startup hubs in Europe?”, my guess is that Berlin or London would be the first ones that would come to your mind and I’m pretty sure none of the Scandinavian capitals would make it to your top 5.

The truth is all of us should keep an eye on the Nordic startup hubs because they are all expanding at a rapid pace. One country which is experiencing a boom in startup activity is Norway. Giving Sweden which is considered a regional 'unicorn factory' something to think about.

Norway's startup scene

According to DNB, Start Us Magazine and The Nordic Web it is the fastest growing startup hub in terms of investments in the Nordics. Norway’s ecosystem is starting to take off and as more companies are getting funded it is getting more exciting. Norway has a strong community support and a friendly environment for entrepreneurs.

Moreover, the government actively supports companies and provides them with training, mentoring and networking opportunities.

Even Crown Prince Haakon who is an active ambassador of the Norwegian startup & tech scene has stated in an interview with the Nordic Web that

there’s been quite a shift in the last 5-10 years, where the whole ecosystem has been catching up” and that Norway will see “quite substantial outcomes in the years to come”.

According to Henrik Grim, an investor at Nortzone, it all comes down to the most important players - the country’s entrepreneurs, who should keep aiming high and put Norway on people’s radars.

All in all, we can conclude that Norway has been an underrated tech hub in the Nordics, with companies like Opera and Kahoot! being probably the only recognizable startups. That’s why I decided to compile a list of 7 startups from the last 5 years that best describes the Norwegian startup scene:

1. Superplus (EdTech)

Founded in 2013, Superplus won a startup award even before the launch of its product SuperSpeak and were also able to raise 3 million NOK. SuperSpeak is an app dedicated to children who struggle with the effects of having low-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other speech and language development difficulties.

The app already has over 3000 users.

It focuses on making children's lives better by helping them:

  1. to communicate using pictures and sounds from the surroundings and
  2. to develop critical language skills through games with a built-in token economy system.

An amazing idea to help parents, special needs care providers, organizations, and children to communicate in a stress-free manner.

Superplus Norway startup

2. Nabobil.no (Car sharing)

Nabobil.no means “Neighbour’s Car” in Norwegian and is valued at 35 million NOK (~ EUR 3.7M). They are the first ones to enter the Norwegian market and were inspired by the sharing economy model pioneered by AirBnB and Uber among others. NaboBil connects those individuals who need a car with car owners who don’t often use it.

The founders came up with the idea when they realized private cars in Norway stay unused on an average 23 hours a day. This paved the way for car owners to lease their cars to people needing one and monetise the idle time.

The CEO Even Heggernes (former country manager at AirBnb for Nordics & the UK) expects a stable growth in 2017. They also plan to expand their service to a new country this year.

Nabobil.no Norway startup

3. Meshcrafts (IoT)

Meshcrafts founders? Graduates from Oslo University of Life Sciences. Their vision? “Zero Emission, no hassle”. And why not? Norway is one of the greenest European countries with one electric vehicle (EV) per every 100 people. So, it’s not surprising that the company wants to simplify access to EV charging points via an app with secure payment options.

Meshcrafts’ app “Smart Urban Mobility” puts the charging stations online, delivering real-time information to drivers and operators. They are the first ones to build such a solution and are aiming to launch their system worldwide.

Meshcrafts Norway startup

4. No isolation (MedTech)

No one should be lonely, especially children and seniors suffering from long-term illnesses. Due to their situation, they find it hard to stay in touch with family and friends.

Founded in 2015, with the help of StartupLab Oslo, No Isolation built a robot (called AV1) that can become a person’s eyes, ears, and voice, allowing them to take part in school classes, excursions and family events. One (child or adult) can control the avatar using a tablet or a smartphone. AV1 is available in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the UK, the Netherlands and Romania

It's always connected to the internet, even when no WiFi connection is available thanks to the built-in 4G module.

Updated: The company was nominated for the Startup of the Year at the Nordic Startup Awards in 2016. Following the success in 2016 No Isoloation is now nominated for 2 more regional categories in 2017: Startup of the year (Nordic) & Best social impact startup (Nordics) by winning the national competition. 


No Isolation Norway

Photo: Estera Kluczenko (No Isolation)

 5. MiniPro (Aquaculture)

Although MiniPro doesn’t even have a website, it defeated four other finalists to get the 1st prize of NOK 1M (~ EUR 107 K) at the Angel Channel pitch competition. Their product? Baby food for baby fishes. It makes perfect sense since Norway has one of the biggest markets for aquaculture.

The company’s solution has been a sensation probably because it solves an industry-specific issue: feeding fish larvae from the very beginning so that they are able to digest important nutrients from the start. The startup is tapping into a huge market that only seems to be growing globally.

6. Iris Ai (R&D Automation)

Iris is an AI research assistant that gives knowledge seekers a “shortcut” to relevant research and helps them connect the dots. Here’s a Q&A taken from a Tech Crunch article:

Q: How does mankind, the world benefit from Iris?
A: Let’s say that we give Iris 1,000 papers around a specific challenge around climate change. She can read that, she goes ‘okay, I’m going to have to read these things and these things too’. She’ll come up with a hypothesis… and then she’ll be connected to a simulation environment, where she can take the experiments, run there and actually test it out. And publish the result – whether the results are positive or negative.

Read the full article published on Tech Crunch.

Iris AI Norway startup

Now that's something.

7. Ducky (Environment)

Have you ever felt like you would like to reduce your carbon emission footprint to help save the environment but didn’t know how to start or measure it? Norwegian startup Ducky tells you exactly how to do it. Founded in 2014, the startup created an app to quantify, visualise and communicate your everyday climate activities. Their aim is to help spread knowledge and motivate people towards eco-friendly habits and sustainable lifestyle.

Ducky is the first tool that combines climate awareness and behaviour change through visualisation and gamification.

Ducky app norway startup

Final thoughts!

There are more and more companies that are being funded throughout different sectors in Norway. Unfortunately, they don’t receive enough attention outside the country. Hopefully, with these seven startups, you now have a better overview of Norway startup ecosystem. They represent Norway’s tech hub where the environment, society, and health play an important role.

Check our blog if you would like to discover more Norwegian “hidden gems”. In the meanwhile why not read our article on promising startups from Finland.


21 August 2017Comments are off for this post.

The most promising Finnish startups of 2017 – List of 10 startups

Finnish startups are forced to think and act internationally from the very beginning because even though Finland is a rich country, it is relatively small. When you combine it with one of the best educational systems in the world, skilled engineers and entrepreneurial mindset in the society, you get a recipe for a successful startup scene. Helsinki has over the years become a regional powerhouse and produced some outstanding startups.

Take a look at some of the most promising startups from the whole of Finland.

Finnish Startups:

1. ResQ Club

ResQ Club a Finnish food rescuing company that launched their service in 2016. With more than 1000 partners, 200 thousand app downloads, 300 thousand sold meals and 100 tons of food saved they serve their mission to save the world and enjoy delicious food in the meantime.

The company joined forces with Meal Server (a FoodTech Startup) from Germany to strengthen their capabilities.

They received a combined total financing of 2.2 M€ to expand their services.

ResQ Club app Finnish startups

2. Funzi

Funzi is a Finnish startup that develops a mobile learning and information platform with an initial focus on emerging markets. Funzi's services develop new skills and empower co-creation and collaboration between mobile users and experts.

The company delivers classes on livelihood and well-being to young adults in Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Funzi is designed mobile-only and works on all connected devices, even low-end feature phones.

Funzi had over 4,5 million all-time learners.

Funzi Mobile app Finnish startups

3. Vainu.io

Vainu is a data-driven prospecting and lead generation platform for sales. Their platform collects sales intelligence on over 100 million companies to determine the most valuable sales prospects.

The platform currently includes 6 databases from the United States, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands. The company was founded in 2014 and is one of the fastest growing SaaS companies to come out from the Nordics.

Vainu Finnish Startups

4. Noona

Noona Healthcare is a mobile service that provides cancer centres with a real-time holistic view of their patients’ wellbeing. It improves the quality of cancer patient care and makes the patient-clinic relationship more personal and meaningful. Clinical staff can rapidly respond to severe symptoms and provide better care to far greater numbers of patients.

Noona also enables patients to stay in close contact with their clinic and check the progress of their recovery.

The company plans to enter ten new markets in 2017.

Noona Finnish Startup


ŌURA is a wearable sleep tracker that helps to improve sleep performance. It tracks body temperature at night and gives valuable insights into well-being based on unique sleep rhythms.

The ŌURA mobile app turns data into a daily report to help you understand your state of mind, body, and spirit. The company was founded in 2013 in Finland but also has an office in San Francisco.

6. Zadaa

Zadaa is a marketplace app that by connecting people with a similar size and style can help them to sell and buy clothes that fit them well. The company was founded in 2015 in Helsinki and is now expanding to other Nordic markets. It's available in more than 600 cities in Finland, Denmark, and Sweden.

Zadaa Mobile App Finnish Startups

7. Lumoa.me

Lumoa is an AI powered customer experience and feedback analytics. It targets its service to companies which gather large amounts of customer feedback. It’s a SaaS platform for companies which want to turn customer feedback into actionable insights.

The service provides feedback in 60 languages along with insights right after the feedback.

Lumoa Finnish startups

8. Proximi.io

Proximi.io enables software developers to kick start their location-aware application projects. It also helps them to deliver context-aware content to their customers. Proximi.io is a unified SDK and API to most of the mobile positioning technologies available on the market.

Localization based apps and services are more and more popular and Proximi.io strives to make them even more accessible.

proximi Finnish startups

9. Disior

Disior develops software solutions for clinical use. It enables patient-specific optimized treatments of bone fractures. The Disior software allows surgeons to analyze and optimize orthopedic treatments and surgeries. The tool uses patient specific 3D images and risk factor data to evaluate the treatment effects. Moreover, it can help with making better decisions for rehabilitation by giving precise recommendations.

The company was set up by ex-Nokia engineers and PhDs in orthopaedics and traumatology.

Finnish startup

10. Entocube

Entocube aims to revolutionize sustainable food production. It offers an alternative to traditional food that can be crucial in creating a greener world. The company is building a self-sustainable solution for a source of nutrition by raising crickets.

It should help cut down on food waste, carbon emission, deforestation, and become a viable option for growing food in urban areas. This clever infographic by Entocube explains how the 4-week harvest cycle looks like.

Entocube infographic Finnish startups

Photo: www.entocube.com/entocube-en


As you can see Finland has many promising startups and many of them are on a mission to make our world a better place. We will keep an eye on Finnish startup scene and share interesting insights on our blog.

If you know other promising Finnish startups please do let us know in the comments section below or contact me directly on LinkedIn or via email.


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