To begin, every startup has a well-known challenge: to find a product-market fit and scale it up. Unless you are Steve Jobs, you most likely won’t get it right when you come out of the gate with your new product or service. When that happens, you very quickly and effectively need to learn how to
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Girls in Tech mentorship ceremony. Credit: Eva Rio.
In her TechCrunch article, Swati Mylavarapu of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers posed the question, “how can we collectively work to improve women’s participation in the tech industry at each key stage of their careers?” Today, in honor of International Women’s Day, I spoke with Tuxera’s own Eva Rio to take a closer look at how our company is
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Slush had a record-breaking year. And we’re not talking the icy slop found on the streets of Helsinki from November until April. We mean the annual two-day international startup and investor event. A record 17,500 guests made it to the conference this year, including 2,336 startups, 1,146 investors, 610 journalists, and 12 Tuxerians in red hoodies. Tuxera is no longer a startup, but tech and
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Summer internships with Tuxera – Rostislav’s story

  • August 26, 2016 /
  • by Rostislav Skudnov
Rostislav is a Junior Engineer in Tuxera’s QA team. He’s a computer science major at the University of Helsinki. When he’s not studying or working, he enjoys traveling and reading books about history and economics. Computers – my passion since early childhood I started learning to use computers before the age of six, and when
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Say goodbye to boring office guidelines!

  • August 11, 2016 /
  • by Satu Muilu
In all high-growth companies there comes a time when you need to put some shared guidelines in place. Tuxera is no exception, having doubled our size over the course of the last year. But many people think office guidelines are dull and stale – and forget anyone remembering what they read after half an hour.
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Summer’s the time to help a startup grow

  • June 28, 2016 /
  • by Anna Bessonova
Starting your own business is scary. But what if you had peer support, coaching from pros in different fields, and a bit of funding that would cover your rent for 9 weeks? Would you go for it? The thirteen teams that were accepted to this year’s Summer of Startups took that leap of faith. Run
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Big in Japan

  • December 7, 2012 /
  • by Karolina Mosiadz
This time our partner in business is Panasonic. As you may know, it is one of the leading Japanese smart-phone manufacturers. Their latest Android smartphone – ELUGA Power is a mixture of sleek design and latest technology. Water- and dust-proof device it’s definitely a step up from the previous one, with 5-inch screen, Android 4.0
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