Sun Effects Oy is a design company that operates internationally. The company has offices in Helsinki and Tokyo. The company’s main fields are architectural lighting, light art, media contents and the visual planning, production and realisation of set designs and events. The company has a wide variety of experience in the visual planning of exhibitions, with an emphasis on light, sound and video design as well as technical execution. The operations also include the artistic curation of light events. In addition, the company sells high-quality technical hardware and software and rents out performance technical equipment.
STEK ry is a non-profit association that promotes the safe, energy efficient and intelligent use of electricity by, for example, funding projects that support these goals and increasing awareness about the on-going energy system change. STEK aims to increase the use of emissions-free energy and promote a carbon-free society.
Citycenter is a unique and incomparable city block. It is a moderately-sized and wonderfully meandering shopping centre that does not fit the mould. Citycenter’s popular restaurant world, in particular, tempts you to drop in and stay for a while. The shopping centre’s location between the Stockmann department store and the railway station is right in the heart of Helsinki.
The Parliament enacts all legislation in Finland and approves the Budget. It also elects the Prime Minister and oversees the Government. The Parliament of Finland is unicameral and has 200 Members. The Parliament House, which turned 90 this year, belongs to all Finnish citizens.
As the busiest corner in the city, Shopping Centre Forum is never dull or quiet. The heart of downtown Helsinki is full of life, services and shops. Step beyond the iconic glass corner and you’ll find yourself at the centre of everything and the meeting point of all urban flows.
With over 100 years of experience, Helen provides its customers with heat, electricity and cooling as well as new energy era services, such as solar energy and electric mobility solutions. Mitigating climate change and enabling a carbon-neutral future are among the key issues of our time, and at Helen, we work hard every day to achieve them. The steps to get there are clear: one major milestone is the closure of the Hanasaari power plant in 2023.
The Italian Cultural Institute is an official Italian governmental body dedicated to promoting Italian language and culture in Finland. The Institute organizes various cultural events and Italian courses and fosters cultural collaboration between Italy and Finland. The Italian Cultural Institute has its own library that features over 10.000 titles.
The Korkeasaari light art route illuminates the darkest period of winter this year as well! The atmospheric Lux Korkeasaari route circles the island, bringing the surrounding maritime nature and nearly one-hundred-year-history of the zoo to life through light art. Korkeasaari Zoo is a non-profit foundation that aims to conserve endangered species and biodiversity. When you visit Korkeasaari, you help us make the world a better place for wild animals!
Stoa is a lively and varied culture centre for East Helsinki situated by the metro station in Itäkeskus, next door to the Itis Shopping Centre. The high quality events at Stoa attract visitors of all ages from all over Helsinki.
A pioneer in the forest industry, UPM innovates alternatives to fossil economic solutions in six business areas: UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Specialty Papers, UPM Communication Papers and UPM Plywood. As the industry leader in responsibility, we are committed to the UN Business Ambition for 1.5°C and the science-based targets to mitigate climate change. We employ around 18,000 persons, and our sales in 2020 totalled EUR 8.6 billion.
The UPM-Kymmene Cultural Foundation aims at interaction. Founded in 2006, the foundation preserves the cultural heritage associated with the Finnish forest industry by owning, displaying and supporting art, information and research related thereto. The foundation has a collection of 600 works of Finnish and international art, which it actively manages. It also realises cultural projects together with its founder UPM as well as other partners.
Varma is a future-oriented pension insurance company as well as a significant Finnish investor and lessor. By investing responsibly and developing its real estate holdings, Varma secures future pension funds and working life in Finland.