Institute office closed for the holidays

Dec 20, 2022 | News

Hyviä juhlapyhiä
Season’s greetings
Bonnes fêtes
Prettige feestdagen


Thank you to everyone that we collaborated with in 2022.
Our cups are full and we are now ready to rest and reset for an exciting 2023.

Our office will be closed from 24.12.2022 until 02.01.2023.

We look forward to seeing you in the new year!

Warm wishes,

The FCI Team
Laura, Malin, Eppu, Ela and Yohannes

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