Change of CEO at Unikie Oy

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The Board of Directors of Unikie Oy and CEO Seppo Kuula have mutually agreed that Kuula will leave his position as CEO. Kuula has led Unikie, one of Finland’s fastest growing technology companies, for two years, successfully building the company’s growth. He started on the Board of Directors of the company in January 2020.

“On behalf of the board and the entire company, I would like to thank Seppo Kuula for his strong role in managing and developing the company. Unikie’s growth has been successful, and its three business areas have been made to function as business drivers. Internationalization has also proceeded according to plans. The company continues to grow in accordance with the planned strategy, with the goal of strong internationalization and the technology businesses as a key driver of this strategy. We wish Seppo all the best for the future”, says Esko Mertsalmi, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Unikie’s Board of Directors has appointed Seppo Kolari as interim CEO of the company starting 13 December 2022. Kolari is a member of the board and served as the company’s COO. The recruitment process for a new CEO has been initiated.

Unikie Oy
Board of Directors

More information:
Esko Mertsalmi, Chairman of the Board,, tel. +358 400 675 918
Seppo Kolari, interim CEO,, tel. +358 50 561 0175

Unikie in brief
Unikie is a pioneering engineering company focused on enabling smart spaces. We bring intelligence and continuous situational awareness to machines, vehicles and infrastructure to create safer and more productive environments for people and business. Our technology and services meet at the heart of three global macro trends – IoE, 5G and AI. We offer the best software, data, security and quality engineering services and technology.

Our clients are companies and organizations that want to leverage new technology to improve their business and operations. Enabled by the technology we create, and the competence we offer, our clients become digital leaders in their own industries.

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