Bitville is a digital learning agency.
We work with our clients to help them achieve their training and change goals.
It’s that simple.

Welcome to Bitville

Our philosophy

At the heart of what we do is a passion for successful learning. To help you achieve your learning goals, we create effective and engaging digital training experiences built around the needs of the learner.

Born digital

Bitville was founded back in 1996, so we have extensive experience that we will share with you throughout the entire project, from planning and concepting right through to implementation and measuring.

From Finland, with love

We're located in the Nordic nation of Finland, a leader in learning and education. From here we deliver training solutions to our clients all around the globe.

Tailored to your needs

We believe the cookie cutter belongs in the kitchen. Our bespoke solutions are tailored to your unique needs to make sure we reach everyone in your target group as effectively as possible.

Measuring success

To verify learning and ensure success, we can help you track and measure learner participation and performance. This is ideal if mandatory training is required or proof of progress is needed.

In-house design

Everything we do is crafted in-house, which allows us to react quickly and flexibly to your needs. Our international, multi-disciplinary team means we can bring a variety of perspectives to your projects!

Watch this little video that explains our philosophy.

Video made in-house at our creative studio.

What else is new?


Bitville helps Worldreader & Opera to win top prize at GSMA GLOMO awards

Worldreader Mobile, a web-based reading solution for mobile phones that Bitville built for Worldreader, has won the Best Mobile Innovation for Education award at the 2016 GSMA Global Mobile awards in Barcelona. Today, millions of readers use it every month to access thousands of free books.

Worldreader, a global nonprofit dedicated to enabling everyone to become a reader, teamed up with Opera Software to make books available not only to smartphone users, but also to the hundreds of millions of people who still use inexpensive, older mobile phones, all around the world. Worldreader has more than 28,000 books to share, and over 350 million people world-wide use Opera Mini, so it made good sense to combine the services.

Worldreader needed a technical provider to create a solution that would make their books comfortable to read, even on small displays, and in a format that would be easily accessible for older as well as newer phones.

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