Finnish startup Beautyfil has developed a planet-conscious concept to provide in-store refills of natural beauty products in reusable aluminium bottles.
Cities of Helsinki and Stockholm, collaborative cities of the EIT Urban Mobility Northern Accelerator, presented their goals, needs and requirements as well as them being a platform for mobility development and testing to the Batch#2 startups.
Tiina Kossila, the new Business Advisor in Aalto Startup Centre has over 15 years of expertise coaching startups in the following fields: pivoting strategy and business models; commercialization; market analysis; product development; and finance.
The Finnish startup, CleanDet, offers hyperspectral imaging utilizing artificial intelligence to validate cleanliness in application areas where cleanliness is of utmost importance. Their technology detects and identifies invisible contaminants from surfaces.
Together with the Aalto University Innovation Services, Aalto Startup Center has formed up a new incubation program targeting Research to Business cases.
XFold Imaging, a start-up company originating from Aalto University, is currently cooperating with the scientific communities of universities in several countries in order to solve the coronavirus crisis.