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List of Finnish companies

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List of Finnish companies


This is a list of notable companies based in Finland, grouped by their Industry Classification Benchmark sector. For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Finland".

Size is not the only criterion of notability, and thus for inclusion in the list—for instance, a small video game company with a well-known product can be included. While notability is not an exact criterion, the list should not grow to cover every single Finnish company with a World Heritage Encyclopedia article; the categories Companies of Finland and Finnish company stubs serve that purpose.

Basic materials

Consumer goods

Financials

Industrials

Media

  • Alma Media, digital media
  • Sanoma, books and magazines
  • YLE, public broadcasting

Oil & gas

Retail

Travel & leisure

Telecommunications

  • DNA, telecommunications services
  • Elisa, telecommunications services
  • Nokia, telecommunications equipment, GIS provider
  • Saunalahti, telecommunications services (owned by Elisa)
  • TeliaSonera, telecommunications services

Technology

  • F-Secure, computer software
  • Rovio Mobile, video games
  • Tieto, information technology
  • Vaisala, environmental measuring technology

Utilities

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