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RikuCo NY awarded in London

The best JA Company from the Finnish JA Company Program, RikuCo NY, received an award in the European Championships. The secret is networking, the young entrepreneur says. RikuCo NY, a company selling used console games founded bt Riku Korhonen, was…

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Finnish fashion takes to the world

Last year's JA Start Up Program winner, Fashion Flash Finland NY, received a wonderful chance to exhibit Finnish fashion to a European audience and compete in the Europe Enterprise Challenge at Liège, Belgium on July 3rd and 4th. Founded together…

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Have a nice summer!

JA-YE Finland national office is on summer holiday the month of July. We're supporting our students at JA-YE Europe's Championships in Liege on July 3–5 and in London on July 17–19. JA-YE Europe Enterprise Challenge (for JA-YE Startup Programme) in…

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Youths make their own jobs

Best JA-YE companies on the way to future – These students have the skills, attitude, and an open mind! The Uskalla Yrittää finals gathered over 300 students and 62 JA-YE companies – the best of regional preliminary finals – to…

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Intel Business Challenge 2013

Intel Business Challenge Europe 2013 is a competition for college level students. Send your ideas by February 22th! Intel Business Challenge Europe 2013 is a competition for innovative products, smart technologies and interactive web&mobile applications in the areas of Healthcare…

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Cultural differences interested high school students

What should one take into account when working for an international company? Macarena Pallares from KONE gave students instructions for their career paths during a GEP globalization lecture. “What do you think globalization is?” asks Macarena Pallares to open conversation…

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JA Finland’s 10th anniversary

JA Finland has been coaching future employees now for over a decade. Wouldn’t you join us in our work with students? This October, it has been ten years since JA Finland was founded. During the years, schools, businesses, and students…

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