Finland might not be the biggest or best known country in Europe, but it's been behind two of recent history's most popular technology exports: Nokia and Angry Birds.
At their prime the two companies dominated their respective industries in mobile phones and mobile gaming. But since then, the two companies have had a bumpy ride. Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds, just this year axed over 200 jobs, while Microsoft announced last year it would slash 18,000 jobs, many in Finland from the devices unit it bought from Nokia.
But far from being bitter, Nokia's tech workers have regrouped and are set on building the next big mobile and gaming companies.
"Nokia gave a huge amount of self-esteem to the Finnish high-tech industry," declared one ex-employee Torulf Jernstrom, who is the co-founder of a mobile gaming firm Tribeflame. Jernstrom's company is behind the game Benji Bananas