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KK-Net top cities

LocationLatest TimeLocation ViewsUpdates every 5 minutesHelsinki, FinlandToday @ 3:30 pm1,345FinlandToday @ 3:34 pm675Tampere, FinlandYesterday @ 11:36 pm650Stockholm, Sweden16 Jan 2012545Espoo, FinlandToday @ 2:04 pm530Vanda, FinlandYesterday @ 3:32 pm514Turku, Finland16 Jan 2012455New York, NY, United States6 Jan 2012402Oulu, FinlandToday @ 9:04 am392Mountain View, CA, United StatesYesterday @ 4:43 pm374Göteborg, SwedenToday @ 3:08 pm297Jyväskylä, FinlandToday @ 11:32 am289FranceToday @ 11:20 am285SwedenYesterday @ 4:59 pm265Lahti, FinlandYesterday @ 2:54 pm251Groningen, NetherlandsYesterday @ 6:29 pm236Uppsala, SwedenToday @ 12:36 pm206Kouvola, Finland11 Jan 2012205Scoresby, Australia5 Jan 2012204Nairobi, KenyaToday @ 2:58 pm198Vaasa, FinlandToday @ 7:57 am187Malmö, SwedenToday @ 8:50 am182Joensuu, FinlandYesterday @ 7:12 pm169Kuopio, Finland15 Jan 2012158Brussels, BelgiumToday @ 12:55 am156Kajaani, FinlandToday @ 2:08 pm149London, United KingdomYesterday @ 2:20 am136Santa Monica, …

Taiwan

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Taiwan
Originally uploaded by Helge V. Keitel We've been talking about Taiwan today. There're several reasons for that.

One of the largest electronics manufacturing companies comes from Taiwan.

Nokia, Apple, and many more mobile suppliers rely on Taiwaneese manufacturing excellence.

Increasingly individual production

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Increasingly individual production
Originally uploaded by Helge V. Keitel Increasingly individual production. It was carmaker Henry Ford who adapted the interchangeable parts system created in Venice.

The benefits could be seen in the price of Ford's Model T.

Mass produced cars were charaterised by quality and relative cheapness - but also by the inflexibility of their design.

Managers at Toyota took up the challenge of mass customisation, and found a way to match customer requirements.

Take a closer look at Tampere University

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Take a closer look at Tampere University
Originally uploaded by Helge V. Keitel I've to take a closer look at Tampere University.

This is the second time within a year for me to have a closer look at research activities at Tampere Uninversity of Technology.

Before the summer of 2011 it was a bout Materials Science.


Now it is about Biomedical Engineering and Science of Bioengineering.

I will not get into details in this posting, but wanted to have a reminder about TUT on the KK-Net blog.

TUT is an active scientific community of some 2 000 employees and 12 000 students as well as a sought-after partner among research institutions and business life.

Many of the University's disciplines and research facilities play a key role in addressing global challenges.


More information at www.tut.fi/masters

Today in the news

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Today in the news
Originally uploaded by Helge V. Keitel Today in the news. We are loking for investment opportunities for our clients in the field of healthcare and wellness.

Today is one of those days when a number of things match and mingle together.

Social media presence opens new doors and gateways for us and our clients.

We probide new working models for those who used to stay in hotels night after night.

Traditional face to face dialoge can be replaced by meeting rooms, interaction in user groups, and videoconferencing with low-cost devices.

The world is waiting for us to go social

Our clients are ready to work across digital divides

Mobile devices help us to communicate while on the road

No business is too complex to fit into the social suite




Next step China

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Next step China
Originally uploaded by Helge V. Keitel Next step China:
BangkokChongqingDelhi HongkongNagoyaOsaka PekingShanghaiSingapore SoulTokioSydney These are Finnair destinations.