Archive for the ‘Finland’ Category
After 6 months in Finland, I can tell you more about my integration in this country. First of all, few comments in which you can recognize yourself, or could advise you for being part of Finnish inhabitants.
You know that you are an Expat when:
You speak English to strangers even coming back in France (native …Read More
Helsinki has been judged as the world’s most liveable city by the British magazine Monocle revealed on its 2011 Quality of Life survey. So, in this article, I am going to explain the reasons of this success.
According to Monocle, the city’s top qualities are :
Its low crime rate, due to the trust and the …Read More
If you have read my last article about the French distributor of office supplies: Lyreco, you know that Lyreco Group had bought, one year ago, a rival in Finland: Officeday Oy, following its expansion policy all around the world. The first Lyreco warehouse and the older Officeday warehouse in Finland must merge in one …Read More
After having introduced the reason of my coming in Finland, and presenting you this interesting Scandinavian country, it’s time to talk in more detail about the purpose of my internship: the worldwide development of Lyreco.
Lyreco Group: a family story
Once upon a time (in 1926), in the North of France, Gaspard family founded a printing …Read More
Finland is one the 5 Nordic countries (with Denmark, Island, Sweden, and Norway). Closed to Sweden and Russia, so on the one hand the history and climate and other hand, the economy and the way of life in this country depend on this location. In this article I will try to give you a general view of the territory I visit.
First of all, Finland has been independent …Read More
Hi all, or rather ”Moi ” !
After 3 training weeks in France, 3 travelling hours to Helsinki, 3 driving minutes to the company, I am in the starting blocs for an internship as a logistic engineer assistant, but also for discovering the life in Finland.
To begin, I am an intern in Lyreco Group, a …