Our vision is to bring out youth own and youth orientated possibilities forward. We listened different parties and carried out a Pop-Up-Possibilities information point / banner.
P-U-P service is targeted mainly at young and facets operating with young. The ideology has been inserted at service to aim adult world to change more young considerable.
We huff and puff to advance young everyday matters. We are looking for partners at this work. People who can work with us. Companies that are ready to co-operate deeper with us. Public operators with which we can leap forward together to advance young matters. If this subject feels interesting to you, please contact us!
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The company Huomentaina Oy has been founded on 24th of November, 2011. Company owner and chairman of the board is Timo Liimatainen.
The idea of our company name comes from our daughter’s word innovation. Our 3,5 years old daughter’s repeating question was “when is the music school”. We often answered “on Tuesday” or “on tomorrow”. In a small girl’s mind the answers were combined and then the word “Huomentaina” (a combination of Tuesday and tomorrow in Finnish) was born, a new eighth weekday! The lesson of this story could be: You don’t always need to invent something completely new. Sometimes you get a same result with combining familiar things in a new way.
The same small girl also teached us to listen children more carefully. Our family doesn’t have any kind of musical background or history. Because of that our daughter’s first suggestion to start play violin didn’t get us parents very excited. Neither did the second after six months. At the third time the girl’s voice was already very demanding. Eventually she got a violin at 7 years of age. She practices very conscientiously and performs when necessary. Without the girl’s persistence I would have guided her to go in for cross-country skiing or ballgames. Are we acting based on our own or our children’s thoughts? After all, should we listen our children or young more?