14.11.2013

Slush Conference Showcased Startups

Helsinki’s Slush Conference is a nonprofit, two-day technology and startup event where the most promising companies from Northern Europe, Russia and beyond gather to meet with top-tier investors and media from all around the world.

This year, it was held November 13-14th at the Cable Factory in Helsinki.

Standing at the epicenter of one of the most dynamic startup ecosystems on the planet, Slush is organized to allow the next generation of great companies to have the ecosystem they deserve to succeed on a global level.

constant growth Since 2008

In 2008-2012, Slush has transformed from a 300-person event to one of the top startup events in the world, attracting more than $40 billion worth of venture capital, some of the world’s top media, plus 3,500 attendees in 2012.

This year, Slush grew to one of the largest events of its kind in the world.

Slush is organized yearly by Startup Sauna, the Helsinki-based seed accelerator which was recently rewarded as the top young university accelerator in the world by UBI Index.

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20.11.2016

Finland for Meetings, events & incentives 2/2016

Find out about high class services in stunning natural surroundings.

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19.11.2016

Helsinki won the Innovation Award for their pioneering Greening Events project

The Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index) has released its first-ever ranking of the sustainability performance of 35 participating cities worldwide.

The Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index) has released today its first-ever ranking of the sustainability performance of 35 participating cities worldwide. The results were announced at the 2016 ICCA Congress, with the Leadership Award going to Gothenburg for attaining the highest overall score and the Innovation Award to Helsinki for their pioneering Greening Events project.

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22.9.2016

Scientific Conference Promoter Award 2016 to Professor Marjaana Niemi

Professor Niemi works at the University of Tampere, School of Social Sciences and Humanity. The €5,000 award is donated by the Finnish Fair Foundation and the winner is selected by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies.

The award was presented to Professor Niemi at Messukeskus Helsinki 21-22 September 2016. Professor Niemi specialises in urban history and has organised several seminars and congresses for the field, the latest and the biggest being the 13th International Conference on Urban History in August 2016. The event gathered over 600 participants from 50 countries and was organised in cooperation with the University of Tampere and the University of Helsinki.

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13.9.2016

International Conference Gathers Plant Biology Researchers to Turku in 2018

The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research regularly brings together over 800 scientists from all corners of the world for five days to discuss all aspects of molecular plant science from research on plant growth and development to improving plant tolerance to adverse environmental conditions.

The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research is a yearly conference rotating between North America, Australasia and Europe. The conference is centered on all aspects of modern plant biology using thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) as a model system.

– The strong plant research community at the University of Turku together with the unique location on the Baltic coast surrounded by numerous small islands makes Turku a memorable location for a scientific conference, says Dr. Michael Wrzaczek from the University of Helsinki, Department of Biosciences.

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