Haven SLH’s Hotel of the Year

Helsinki’s Hotel Haven was chosen as Hotel of the Year 2013 by its mother company Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) chose Hotel Haven as top of its 520 hotels based on reservations, photography, marketing and sales activity.

– We’ve worked very hard to fine tune our service level and as a result, received the greatest international recognition, says Hotel Manager Roni Saari.

SLH has hotels in over 70 countries, and each hotel is unique. Emerging at the very top truly requires something special.

– We couldn’t have done it without our excellent and committed staff, Saari praises.

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The Oscar of the travel industry goes to Hotel Indigo® Helsinki – Boulevard

Hotel Indigo® Helsinki – Boulevard, opened in March 2015, has been given a prize at the World Travel Awards event seen as the Oscar gala of the travel industry, held in Sardinia, Italy, as Finland’s Leading Boutique Hotel.

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Finlandia Hall awarded

Finland Hall Helsinki has been awarded with the ISO14001 environmental certification.

Finlandia Hall Helsinki has been awarded with the ISO14001 environmental certification. Finlandia Hall is an internationally popular and noted congress and event centre where hundreds of different kinds of domestic and foreign events are organised every year. The ecological aspect of organising events is now trending amongst congress organisers. “When the organisers of international congresses and events are looking for a venue, responsibility is one of the factors affecting the choice of location,” says Johanna Tolonen, CEO of Finlandia Hall.

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The Scientific Conference Power Player award was given at Messukeskus, Helsinki.

Professor Siltanen is awarded for his efforts to promote organising international science conferences in Finland.

In picture from left Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Mrs Lea Ryynänen-Karjalainen, Executive Director; Messukeskus Helsinki, Mrs Anni Vepsäläinen Managing Director and Mrs Susanne Massingberd-Roinila, Congress Manager; Award winner Mr Samuli Siltanen Professor.

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University of Turku to Host International Ornithology Conference in August 2017

The next international Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union (11th EOU Conference 2017) will be held in Turku 18–22 August 2017. The University of Turku was chosen as the host of the biennial EOU conference in this year’s conference in Spain in August.

​The international five-day EOU 2017 conference for ornithologists will be held in Turku on 18–22 August 2017. The conference consists of three conference days and field trips for smaller groups. The conference will bring around 400-450 delegates from over 20 countries to Turku.

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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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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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