Serving 1/3 of Finland's population

 

We run five B2C web services on our own and in co-ownership with partners such as Alma Media OYj. Our services serve heavy traffic up to 2 million monthly visitors.

 

 
Kotikokki.net The most popular food community in Finland. Its members create recipes, recommend and comment on recipes submitted by others, and look for ideas. It is the largest recipe bank in Finland with over 61,000 recipes.

Kotikokki.net

The most popular food community in Finland. Its members create recipes, recommend and comment on recipes submitted by others, and look for ideas. It is the largest recipe bank in Finland with over 61,000 recipes.

Kuvake.net The longest-visited site in Finland with an average session time of 33 minutes. Kuvake is popular photo sharing community where 180,000 young adults spend most of their time. 

Kuvake.net

The longest-visited site in Finland with an average session time of 33 minutes. Kuvake is popular photo sharing community where 180,000 young adults spend most of their time. 

Vuodatus.net A large blogging service in Finland reaching over 200 000 unique weekly visitors. Vuodatus was founded in 2004 and acquired from Iltalehti by ROHEA in 2012.

Vuodatus.net

A large blogging service in Finland reaching over 200 000 unique weekly visitors. Vuodatus was founded in 2004 and acquired from Iltalehti by ROHEA in 2012.

Casablogit.fi An online media and publishing platform that combines around twenty Finnish interior design, lifestyle and decoration blogs into one portal.  

Casablogit.fi

An online media and publishing platform that combines around twenty Finnish interior design, lifestyle and decoration blogs into one portal.

 

Lounaat.info The most popular lunch menu aggregator service in Finland. The site was developed in 2010 and has more than 1,600 restaurants across all the major cities in Finland.

Lounaat.info

The most popular lunch menu aggregator service in Finland. The site was developed in 2010 and has more than 1,600 restaurants across all the major cities in Finland.