Markku Simmelvuo appointed Board member in the Foundation for Finnish Inventions

30.11.2011
Markku Simmelvuo, Managing Director at Papula-Nevinpat, has been appointed new Board member in the Foundation for Finnish Inventions. The term of the new Board will last to the end of 2012. Mr. Simmelvuo has already been involved as a member in the Foundation Council, representing the Association of Finnish Patent Attorneys.

 ”The Foundation plays an important role in promoting and developing Finnish invention activities. I am excited about the opportunity to give my contribution in accelerating the early stages of Finnish innovation-inspired business”, said Markku Simmelvuo.

The Foundation for Finnish Inventions

The Foundation for Finnish Inventions screens and evaluates inventions and innovative ideas generated by private persons and start-up companies and helps to develop them into businesses. A new nationwide service brings a systematic and cohesive evaluation process to ideas. Promising ideas with growth and international business potential are speedily refined into business proposals or licensing projects together with experienced business advisors.

The Foundation for Finnish Inventions is based at the Innopoli Technology Centre in Otaniemi, Espoo. Customer service is complemented by innovation advisors at the regional ELY Centres and innovation managers based at universities and institutions of higher education.

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