Nokia seeks innovation partners in Denmark  

2008.09.30
World-leading mobile phone supplier Nokia is putting its spotlight on Denmark to find development partners, writes Computerworld
World-leading mobile phone supplier Nokia is putting its spotlight on Denmark to find development partners, writes Computerworld. Nokia will send a delegation of managers to Denmark to look for small, talented mobile phone companies that can develop applications for the Finnish giant. Nokia also has one of its largest development divisions outside Finland located in Copenhagen.
 
Benjamin Roszczewski, business development manager of Forum Nokia says: "Denmark is a technologically highly developed country and so a very interesting country to look for talent. We cannot develop everything ourselves and are thus constantly on the lookout for collaboration partners."
 
Nokia will attend a Mobile Monday conference in Copenhagen on 6th October, held by the network organisation Crossroads Copenhagen, which will help the company find partners.
 
The Finnish company currently has a network of more than 3.5 million developers worldwide who are registered on Nokia's forum.
 
In Denmark, Mr Roszczewski hopes to find companies that develop applications for smart phones, but is also interested in mobile developers for the Java platform. He emphasis however that Nokia focuses on product developers with a unique sense of quality rather than "commodity" products.
 
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