The Design from Finland mark’s Design Deed of the Year 2023 title was awarded to Oy Neurosonic Finland Ltd. Neurosonic manufactures wellness technology to promote the balance of body and mind. The Design Deed of the Year title is awarded annually to a Finnish enterprise that utilises design in its business. Other award criteria include, for example, everyday functionality and originality.
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The Design from Finland mark’s Design Deed of the Year 2022 title was awarded to Oikiat Design Oy, the innovator of the FabPatch product. The Design Deed of the Year title is awarded annually to a Finnish enterprise where design plays a significant role. Other award criteria were, for example, responsibility, everyday functionality and originality.
More and more young people in Finland, especially teenage girls and young women, want to buy ethically and sustainably produced products and services. Although enjoyment and brand recognition are currently more dominant criteria in young people’s decision-making than in adults decisions, in the future this age group will increasingly make their purchasing decisions based on ethical and environmental considerations.
Companies operating in Finland buy about 190 billion Euros worth of products and services annually. A little over 70 percent of the products and services are Finnish. More than 80 percent of Finns feel that companies should mainly buy Finnish products and services. If the degree of domestic content of purchases made by companies were to rise by one percent, it would mean an increase of up to 1.9 billion Euros in Finnish purchases.
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The Design Deed of the Year award for 2014 went to Droplet Hitech Design Oy, which makes wooden cases and covers for mobile devices under the name Lastu. The Association for Finnish Work presented the award to the Finnish company today, in connection with the Habitare fair.