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Twinkle Friends Campaign – Buy your Twinkle ticket and win another one for your friend!

Register now to TWINKLE 2015 and you will have a chance to win a two-day event ticket + TWINKLE Night ticket for your friend, so both of you can enjoy Finland’s biggest international business event together!

What are you waiting for? Register until November 18th to be one of the four lucky winners who will participate in the brightest event of the year and enjoy amazing night party with a talented friend!

Twinkle Friends Campaign starts on 05.11.2015 and ends on 18.11.2015, 23h59. Winners will be contacted personally by20.11.2015. This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or otherwise associated with Facebook.Interested in bringing a friend to #Twinkle2015? Buy a ticket and you have a chance to win one for your friend too.

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Globelics Academy and Twinkle Association linking SMEs to markets in Global South

Published on
May 16, 2017
Mika Raunio

Internationalization and entering to foreign markets is not easy task to do for the small companies. Especially when target markets are culturally, institutionally, economically and geographically very distant in from the home base of the company. In other words, when they are currently fastest growing economic areas, in Africa, Asia or Latin-America, in “Global South”.

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What’s up, TWINKLE?

Published on
March 27, 2017
Viivi Savelius

It has been a while since our last blog post but TWINKLE is here full of energy and passion and will shine here more actively starting on now! Before telling about the plans that TWINKLE has for this year, let’s go quickly through what happened during the end of last year.

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MukavaIT Case

Published on
September 22, 2016
Joanna Charewicz-Laihonen

This is how TWINKLE brings talents and companies together in practice because that is what it is all about!

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Have a Mukava day!

Published on
August 15, 2016
Petri “Paavo” Väyrynen

Every month people employed by early childhood education services spend more than 10,000,000 working hours entering data manually. Wouldn’t all these hours would be better spent being with the children?

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