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Speechly Selected as One of The Most Promising Startups in Finland 2021

Ottomatias Peura

Feb 26, 2021

1 min read

Talouselämä, a leading Finnish business media selected ten of the most promising startups in Finland for 2021. Speechly was one of them

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Finland is a home to many highly succesful tech companies and startups ranging from gaming companies such as Rovio and Supercell to delivery company Wolt or IoT company UROS.

In fact, Finland has been leading Europe in the amount of VC capital collected for two consecutive years. Last year, foreign investments to Finnish startups increased by a whopping 48%.

This is why we are humbled to be selected to Top 10 Most Promising Startups in Finland by Talouselämä, the leading business media here in Finland.

Other companies that made the list include:

Boksi.com - automating influencer marketing Infinited Fiber Company - turning trash into premium textile fiber Origin by Ocean - saving the environment by refining seaweed QHeat - developing sustainable heating solutions ReceiptHero - turning old-fashioned receipts digital Spacent - creating technology for dynamic workplaces

The three companies that retained their spot on the list are IQM Quantum Computers - building quantum computers, such as Finland's first Aiven - open source database infrastructure management Varjo - building high-performance XR headsets

Speechly is building developer tools for making applications smarter with voice functionalities. Our unique approach enables real-time visual feedback from the moment the user starts speaking. This allows the user to verify that their input is correctly understood, encouraging them to go on with the voice experience or enabling them to correct themselves in case of an error.

You can read more about the benefits of our technology here or see examples of what you can build with Speechly here

If you are interested in hearing how our technology can improve your application, reach out to us.

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