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Open Innovation thought leaders gathered in Espoo 7-9. 6.2015 to discuss themes including entrepreneurship, startups, smart cities and digital platforms

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2.9.2015

Helsinki to host two major congresses

Helsinki has won two major congresses for the years 2017 and 2019. The congresses will be held at Messukeskus and Finlandia Hall.

The annual congress of the International Federation of Surveyors, FIG Working Week, will be organised in Helsinki in 2017 and The Federation of European Toxicologists & European Societies of Toxicology voted Helsinki as the host city of their congress in 2019.

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28.8.2015

Professor of Nuclear Engineering awarded Espoo’s Congress Ambassador 2015

Engineering physics professor, Filip Tuomisto from Aalto University School of Science is chosen as EspooAmbassador 2015. EspooAmbassador operates as a congress ambassador of Espoo in Finland and abroad.

The award was presented 27th of August 2015 during the annual Espoo Ambassador event at Aalto University Design Factory. Professor Tuomisto is the 7th Congress Ambassador in Espoo.
The decision was based in Tuomisto’s active work in national and international scientific research groups and organizations. Professor Tuomisto has been involved in a number of program and organizing committees of international congresses, and thus have had a positive impact for the role of Espoo and Finland within the international scientific communities.

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Arktikum - stories about the people of the North Arktikum provides a unique insight into the way of life, culture and history of the North. It is a museum, science…

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Finlandia Hall in Helsinki is the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland. Centrally located, in park-like surroundings, Finlandia Hall is ideal for conferences and exhibitions, as well as…

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The impressive wooden congress and concert centre rose on the Lake Vesijärvi waterfront in spring 2000. The main source of inspiration in the design was the Finnish forests. Sibelius Hall…

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The new congress and culture center of the Åland Islands was opened in March 2009. This multi-functional venue is situated in the center of the unique archipelagic city Mariehamn, in…

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200 Arrivals a Day from All Over the World

Finland is easy to get to. An average of 200 international flights arrive daily at Finnish airports, around 90 per cent of them at Helsinki airport.
Helsinki airport offers 130 non-stop destinations around the world and 350 departures a day, connecting Europe with the rest of the world. Helsinki is the leading long-haul airport in Northern Europe, located along the most direct and quickest route between Europe and Asia.

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