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Blog about the web and startups, from Finland. By Timo Paloheimo

Twitter interview with Kai Lemmetty from Floobs

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For the second interview with Finnish startups via Twitter I chatted with Kai Lemmetty from Floobs. Earlier I interviewed Ramine Darahiba from MySites using the same rules: one tweet per question, one tweet per answer.

Read the discussion below for Kai’s comments on the future of their service (they are coming out of beta after the summer), making money with their service and the state of the Finnish startup scene. Enjoy.

Startupbin: @Kaimaan For the people not familiar with Floobs, how do you define yourself?

Kaimaan: @startupbin Floobs is a live and on-demand-video management platform for sports and music industries.

What sets you apart from your (bigger) competitors?

without going to technical details: 1. our focus on sports and music 2. focus on Europe 3. product

How is your product different? or is that where the tech comes into the picture? Any difference from the user POW?

tech innovations enables us to keep the streaming cost low but we also make it easier to manage brand related content online

So, what’s new with Floobs?

we are just launching new widgets for music and sports. Currently we have beta users mainly from Spain and Finland.

Besides widgets, what are your plans for the future? When are you planning to drop the beta?

We will drop the beta after the summer. Before that we will launch widget store and start sales operations in Italy.

Tell me more abour the widget store – is that your way to generating cashflow?

yes. the widget store will serve all the widgets and it will be the primary place to manage the ads+subscriptions.

Why should we all start using Floobs right now?

in music it is the best tool for managing video on social platforms. In sports it is the best live web-tv solution out there!

How do you see the Finnish startup Scene at the moment?

times are difficult.Some started doing consulting and other things on the side.Nice to see new startups born.

What’s the most interesting new startup in Finland?

I think orxter is very interesting. I like their idea and business model.

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TwitBear launches into private beta – I’ve got invites

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Three Finns, who clearly have a hard time in moving to Twitter from Jaiku have created a new service called Twitbear that gives the possibility to comment on Twitter messages.

The service, which moved into private beta yesterday,  is clearly not up to it’s full potential yet, but looks very promising. What Twitbear needs is the option to send the comments back to Twitter. I hope for their sake Twitter will not implement this type of commenting in the actual service some day.

I wish the team the best of luck. It’s great to see Finns creating services on top of Twitter.

Read more from Arctic Startup.

I have 5 invites to share with you. Claim yourself one by leaving a comment below.

UPDATE: No more invites to share. All gone.

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Finnish Companies Using Twitter

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Paul Dunay wrote a good post on brands that use Twitter. The list is not that long yet, but I recon it’s growing steadily. The list got me thinking again about how many Finnish companies use twitter.

Again, there is no easy way to find them,  even though I used several tools in the process, e.g. TwitDir (no longer functional), Twitter Grader and Twitter’s own search.

Below is a list of my findings, which is relatively short, but should be quite accurate. Most of the companies are startups, which is not surprising. Even many of these companies do not really use Twitter. There is a lot of work to be done to better utilize the great service.

I have only included companies that tweet. There are of course a lot of people in other companies that use it for business purposes, but they

Finnish companies that Tweet

Two finnish  IT news sites use it just for posting their news automatically:

  • Macmaa Apple-uutiset, testit ja vinkit – Apple news and tests
  • tietokone Tietoteknlogian asiantuntija

There clearly is a lot of room for more Finnish companies on Twitter. So sign up and follow me: I’ll be happy to help you yo get started using Twitter.

If you other finnish companies using Twitter, please tell in the comments.

[Brands that Tweet via]

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Startups from Finland: MySites in Twitter Interview

This is the first in my Interviews of Finnish startups using Twitter. The idea is to keep things simple: One Tweet per answer, no editing.

First up is Ramine Darabiha from MySites. The method of interviewing through Twitter needs some more practice and some of the answers were more than just one tweet, but nevertheless a good concept that I will definitely continue using in the future.

The Twinterview with Ramine Darabiha from MySites

startupbin @mysites So, here goes: What is MySites? Read more…

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Twitterosphere Gone iPhone Crazy

I’m following the unbelievable buzz in Twitter surrounding the WWDC Keynote speach by Steve Jobs in which he is expected to reveal the new iPhone. It’s just insane. There are so much people waiting for the announcement and crossing their fingers that Twitter won’t go down tonight. Of course there are as much people making fun of the fuzz by sending fake photos of the new iPhone and RickRolling people.

Go on,  jump in the fun at Summize, which is a great tool for searching what people are talking about in Twitter.iPhone in Twitter through Summize

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