It’s not another gift card app – Gisges wants to help its users to make somebody’s day by sending a small surprise. If some people blame smart phones and apps for making people less present in their close ones’ lives – Helsinki-based startup Gisges aims to do the total opposite. I sat down with Gisges […]
How do you create a company culture where people love to come to work? That is something we think about everyday and I think this is one of the most important factors that can lead to a success or failure of a company. That is why we spent a lot of time (years), figuring out […]
On this week’s Throwback Thursday piece we go back in time to the first days of ArcticStartup. Can you imagine it has been already almost eight years since the blog was started: the first blog post is dated 20th of September in 2007. Here’s the first official news post on the blog: Aito Technologies secures […]
For ArcticStartup, the community in the Nordics & Baltics has always been the reason of why we are doing this. Thanks to you, we have been able to grow, expand to several countries, start running events and conferences, and to cover the news in the region. You have been around when the times were good […]
OP pitching competition winner Fourdeg continues growing after Arctic15 with new connections and ongoing funding round. The yearly Arctic15 pitching competition aims to find the most promising companies from the Nordics and Baltics each year. So far, we have been pretty lucky as we had the likes of Pipedrive, SmarpShare, 46 Elks, Holvi and many […]
For most part of the year, the startup community is hard at work. So hard, in fact that any occasion or an event, social or not, is somehow related to work. This year, we want to break that tradition a little bit and invite everyone for a nice Christmas party together. Get your tickets fast.
For ArcticStartup, the community in the Nordics & Baltics has always been the reason of why we are doing this. Thanks to you, we have been able to grow, expand to several countries, start running events and conferences, and to cover the news in the region.
Arctic15: Exit Path still looms high on the horizon as the preparations for our third edition of ArcticStartup’s own conference become ever more frantic. While the main event is just around the corner, it’s time to take an evening off and hit the buzzing Turku region with its lively and diverse startup scene.
One of our goals at ArcticStartup is to bring people closer together and help them get the attention and visibility that they deserve. This extends to Arctic15:Exit Path, the conference that we are organising at the end of May. As a part of that, we want to help event organizers attract more attendees and visibility. […]
What year is this? Early 2012? Well. We’re catching up to the present day by getting ArcticStartup responsive. So fire up those Blackberries and iPad 1s and head on over to your favorite record of Nordic and Baltic startup news. It’s going to look hot on your device.