FBCC is recruiting Marketing Coordinator Trainees for Spring 2017



The Finnish-British Chamber of Commerce in London is recruiting two new Marketing Coordinator Trainees. Positions are due to start in January 2017. Each term is an internship of circa 5-6 months.

For more details on the job description, skills needed and how to contact us, please see our job advertisement.


We warmly welcome our new Corporate Member HappyOrNot


HappyOrNot are the global leaders in instant customer and employee satisfaction reporting with their innovative feedback smileys. They deliver world-class service on time – without exceptions – enabling clients to measure, analyse, improve and re-measure experiences on a daily basis with instant results.

Their broad experience across many market sectors in over 90 countries has enabled them to gather an extensive worldwide market intelligence database. Thanks to their vast insight from various industries and many global industry leaders, they have a proven background to help you increase your customer and employee happiness.

For more information, contact Duncan Curtis in the UK: 0789 116 1176

We warmly welcome our new Corporate Member Wirepas


Wirepas is focused on providing the most reliable, optimized, scalable and easy to use device connectivity for its customers. Wirepas Connectivity is a de-centralized radio communications protocol that can be used in any device, with any radio chip and on any radio band. With Wirepas Connectivity there is no need for traditional repeaters because every wireless device is a smart router of the network. The connected devices form the network – easy as that. Wirepas has its headquarters in Tampere, Finland and offices in Brazil, France, Germany, South Korea, the UK and the United States.

Things connected – Naturally

More information available from www.wirepas.comTwitter and LinkedIn

MCJ’s new summary briefing report shows compelling investment opportunities in the Nordics and Baltic Sea Region

MCJ Lemagnen Associates
has produced an important new study on corporate investment opportunities which demonstrates compelling opportunities presented by the Nordics and Baltic Sea Region. The summary of the report is available to download for free at the website www.locationessentials.com.

Finnish Me & MyCity program teaches sixth-graders economic skills

More than 70 percent of Finland’s sixth-graders will get to experience the Me & MyCity program, where kids get to role-play the different parts of running a miniature city. Highly motivating and a fun deviation from regular school work, the idea is to improve their economic knowledge, and it appears to be working. This should bode well for the youth in the future, and for Finland itself.

Read the article form The Atlantic.

Finnish-British Chamber of Commerce

The FBCC is an independent, non-profit organisation, recognized throughout the Finnish, British and international business communities. The Chamber offers four different membership categories: Patron, Corporate, Professional and Young Professional.