Helping you succeed in the international world of work!
PNP crossing borders is a network of trainers, translators and specialists, whose mission it is to help the companies and organisations of Finland work as easily and effectively as possible with foreign customers, suppliers, colleagues and partners.
In 2001 Pekka Saarremaa and Paul Fairchild noticed a need in companies and organisations in the region for personnel with higher skills to work in international environments. The following year the company PNP crossing borders was set up to meet that need, to help personnel improve their language, sales and marketing skills. Since then our network of partners has constantly expanded and we have worked with over 250 different companies and organisations to make their international work easier and more effective.
Training and coaching
We specialise in one-to-one coaching with managers of all kinds of organisations and small group training for our clients’ personnel to help them quickly develop and improve their skills.
All training and coaching programs are individual prepared for that person or group. There are no text books here. Everything is focused on you and your products and services.
The training focuses on whatever you need to improve to do your international work in the right way.
Translating and proofreading
We provide translation and proofreading services for our customers in a wide variety of languages. We always use a native to proofread translations to guarantee quality.
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Customers and partners
Since 2002 we have worked with almost 200 companies and organisations around Finland to help them improve their skills and services to their international customers and partners.
The size of our client organisations ranges from one-person companies to multinationals with tens of thousands of employees.
Amongst our varied clients we work with industrial companies, the service sector, public organisations, schools and local and regional government. Here are a few of them: