Tag Archives: Kuinoma

Five hundred Euro trust

By: Elise Rehula “How can you lend your own stuff to random people?” “How do you think that they get returned in a good shape ?” “How can you trust?” You can’t. But there are people who do. Successfully . … Continue reading

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Sharing

By: I. Bakic The concept of sharing things and services among groups of people dates back to the beginning of human kind. The interesting question is, how and when did we forget that, and what made it ‘come back’ as … Continue reading

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Mitä Kuinoma?

By: Briana Romero The National Finnish borrowing service Kuinoma that launched in 2007 has already become a local term with the hip and young community living in Helsinki. Created with the intention of the sharing of goods and services for … Continue reading

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Kuinoma, borrow/rent what you can’t afford to buy

By: Zita Floret When times of economical crisis are hitting hard you can always rely on your neighbours and when you have some expensive equipment you don’t need every day you can always put it on Kuinoma. Posted by Susa

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Renting Experiences

By: Teija Lehmuskoski Kuinoma (in English “like/as mine”) is an internet platform for Finnish speaking people to rent equipment for different hobbies such as trekking, music and photography from people willing to rent them out and who they don’t necessarily … Continue reading

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