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SATU Laboratory in Pori, Finland on 14th of July

SATU Laboratory, has been selected as one of the finalists in the Pori Polar Bear Pitching event. In Pitch or Freeze! competition the hottest startups of Finland get to pitch their businesses from ice cold water to the jury including notable business influencers Hjallis Harkimo, Jorma Terentjeff and Bruce J. Oreck . The pitches will be live streamed to MTV Katsomo, and the winner will be announced at 2:45pm. Pitch or Freeze! event takes place in Pori, Finland on 14th of July 2017.

 

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