Metropolia UAS is currently participating in Team Finland’s delegation trip to Singapore and Malaysia. The delegation is led by Päivi Sillanaukee, the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.
The participants are from Finnish health care companies and the goal is to get new business opportunities for Finnish companies both in Singapore and Malaysia.
The emphasis is on elderly care solutions and rehabilitation, active aging, preventive health care, occupational health, health technology solutions for the above sectors, as well as further training in the health care sector.
Metropolia’s business services, MCreO, aims to identify opportunities to sell customized training, research, development and innovation (RDI) services as well as degree programmes according to the customers’ needs in both countries. Metropolia is represented by Katri Luukka, Director, Business Solutions and Marianne Pitkäjärvi, Manager, Education Export.
Along with Metropolia, also the following companies are in the delegation: Commit, Genano, HUR, MariCare, Medanta, Ruissalo Foundation, as well as Saga Services. In addition to the representatives of Finpro and the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, the delegation has participants from Finnvera and Aalto University. During the trip, several ministry level meetings will be realized, and the companies have the opportunity to meet decision makers in the region.
Director, Business Solutions
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
katri.luukka metropolia fi
p. +358 40 573 6728
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