Innokas Medical customarily participated in the Subcontracting Trade Fair in Tampere September 24–26. Once again, the event was a success and rewarding. After a quiet start, the stand was quite busy with visitors.
Subcontracting was arranged the 25th time this year, so it was a commemorative year for the event. This year there were about a thousand more visitors than last year, altogether nearly 17,000. There were over 900 exhibitors from 20 countries.
Yleisradio’s commentator Teija Peltoniemi visited the event for YLE’s Pelastetaan duunit (Save the Jobs) project. At Innokas Medical’s stand she interviewed Innokas Medical's Founder, Jouni Ihme, for the project.
“I learned a lot and I got an Alice in Wonderland feeling,” she summed up her impressions.
She felt Innokas Medical’s stand stood out from the rest and was logical. There was not too much stuff cluttering the stand and Innokas Medical’s story was nicely portrayed on the walls.
Maret Pääkkönen from Thermo Fisher Scientific Oy toured the fair on one day. She feels visiting Subcontracting is an effective way to meet several partners in a short time. Thermo is one of Innokas Medical’s customers, so she also visited Innokas Medical’s stand.
“It’s a bright, logical stand that provides a good picture of the company’s operation. It’s always nice to visit Innokas Medical’s stand,” she said.