Many of the clusters’ members have achieved international recognition and success this fall. One of them is the Urban-tech company InfoTiles, who are finalists in the Nordic Proptech Awards 2023, has won contracts abroad and received attention in Asian media.

– Getting noticed for our efforts is a huge pat on the back to the team, and indicates that water is moving up on the cleantech/smart city agenda”, says Johnny Gunneng, CEO at InfoTiles.

The InfoTiles platform is a software-as-a-service for water and wastewater management, ensuring sustainable water and sanitation. In an article by Water & Wastewater Asia, Gunneng shared his insights regarding how digital technologies contribute to universal drinking water and reaching the United Nation Sustainable Development Goal nr 6. The article was based on a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO) that highlights the importance of technology if we are to ensure clean drinking water by 2030.

Being one of the finalists in the Nordic Proptech awards emphasizes that InfoTiles is well on their way to making an international mark. In addition to being a recognition as a promising and innovative company, the awards is a unique opportunity to showcase solutions to potential clients, investors, and strategic partners across the Nordic and Baltic regions.

– Just being nominated for the Nordic Proptech Awards was a win for us. We especially look forward to drawing attention to the importance of water stewardship in the built environment, says Gunneng.

As Nordic Edge aims to be a driving force for export of smart city technology and sustainable solutions on behalf of our members, we are very happy when companies succeed in international growth and attention. If your company has reached smaller or bigger milestones, please share with Michelle Folgerø so we can spread the good news in our channels.