Nokia backs HundrED project

Friday 27 January 2017 | 08:36 CET | News
Nokia became the main global sponsor in 2017 for the HundrED project whose mission is to find the most inspiring innovations in education and expand them globally. The project is part of Finland's centenary anniversary celebrations. During the first phase of the project, HundrED already successfully identified 100 potential educational innovations in Finland. At present, more than 300 schools from Finland alone already joined the HundrEd project.

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Companies: Nokia
Countries: Finland
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