Posintra is the local development company of Eastern Uusimaa, and offers local companies and the whole area ingredients for growth and wellbeing.
Solutions for tomorrow
Posintra’s task is to help local businesses grow and succeed.
We offer companies business advice via time reservation especially by phone, e-mail or by video meetings. Feel free to contact us!
Tel. 050 597 3887, firstname.lastname@example.org, weekdays 9 am – 4 pm
Are you planning to establish your own company? We function as an enterprise agency in Eastern Uusimaa region, and are here to help you.
When you need help and ideas for developing your business, we will help you. We will survey the current situation, and search for means to develop your business further.
The signs of a pandemic have been visible for a long time and yet corona took the entire world by surprise. In many companies, the crisis has raised the need...read more
The Finnish national Energy Saving Week will be held 5–11 October 2020. During the week, Posintra will organise its traditional Eco Act Challenge. It is time...read more
On 28 September 2020 at 1 pm–3:30 pm, the LUCIA seminar will be held at the Art Factory in Porvoo, both as a local and online event. In this seminar, we will hear about and discuss the observations and experiences that have emerged about urban lighting during the project, and we will also learn what is happening in Porvoo in relation to the LUCIA project.read more
19 ideas took part in the idea competition of the Huima project, one of which got the furthest. The invention of Arttu Vuorio from Porvoo produces energy for various measurements and…
The Huima project published an energy guide "Energy guide for companies". Find out if your business has potential to save energy. Download the guide here:...
New connection would divert heavy traffic away from major cities and congestion, speed up traffic, reduce emissions and open up new opportunities for on-demand travel.
We have returned to work in the office. We receive predetermined customer visits to our office, but we still prefer remote meetings to meetings in the office.
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