May 22, 2020

Finnish start-up Happeo opens office in Cluj-Napoca
May 22, 2020

Finnish start-up Happeo opens office in Cluj-Napoca.

Finnish startup Happeo, a provider of intranet services for companies, is preparing to enter Romania, with an office in Cluj-Napoca, for which it has already started recruiting. The company has attracted USD 12 million in a Series A financing round led by investment fund INKEF Capital. It will (...)

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