Nokia is a Finnish multinational telecommunication, information technology (IT), and consumer electronics company, founded in 1865. Nokia’s headquarters are in Espoo, in the greater Helsinki metropolitan area.
Global Revenue: €22,5bn (2018)
Operating Income: €59 million (2018)
Net Income: €549 million (2018)
Total Assets: €39,5bn (2018)
Total Equity: €15,3bn (2018)
Area Served: Worldwide
Founded: May 12, 1985
Employees: 103,083 (2018)
Key People: Risto Siilasmaa (Chairman), Rajeev Suri (CEO), Kristian Pullola (CFO)
Main Subsidiaries: Bell Labs, Alcatel Mobile, NGP Capital
Did you know: In 2000, Nokia alone accounted for 4% of the country’s GDP.
Nokia At a Glance
Key Products and Services
Nokia Networks – Solutions
HMD Global develops devices under the Nokia brand. The company has signed a deal with Nokia allowing it to use the Nokia brand for its devices.
Products by HMD Global
Nokia Networks is a multinational data networking and telecommunications equipment company wholly-owned subsidiary of Nokia Corporation.
Products by Nokia Technologies
– Wi-Fi routers
– Nokia OZO Audio
Date Event Location November 19-22, 2019 Dreamforce 2019
Dreamforce is four days of inspiration, giving back, and having the time of your life with fellow Trailblazers all at the largest software conference in the world.
San Francisco, CA, US November 21, 2019 Open Innovation Challenge 2019
The Nokia Open Innovation Challenge, in partnership with a global venture firm NGP Capital, is looking for new innovative products and solutions.
Espoo, Finland November 26-28, 2019 Comms Connect Melbourne 2019
CCM 2019 will allow attendees to learn about the latest advances in mission-critical communications for the industry 4.0 era, learn from peers about most advanced deployments and engage with the industry key players to address their own challenges.
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
In 2018, Nokia had 22.5 billion euros in net sales, which is a small decrease from the year before. In the past decade, the company has made several directional shifts from handheld devices to network infrastructure in order to keep up with the quickly evolving electronics and telecommunications industry
Nokia’s business segment.