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Aalto University key partner at Slush 2017

Aalto is again proud to be a partner at the world’s leading startup event Slush, organised in Helsinki on 30 Nov–1 Dec, 2017.

Slush is the focal point for startups and tech talent to meet with top-tier international investors, executives, and media. Aalto Entrepreneurship Society started organising Slush in 2011 and it has since grown into one of the leading events of its kind. In 2016, Slush brought together over 17,000 attendees from all over the world.

Aalto University is a key partner at Slush again this year, including a stand at a central location as well as visibility in the event’s marketing and programme. Aalto’s stand can be found between the Founder Stage and the Fireside Stage and serves well as a meeting point for the community.

How can I get a ticket?

Professors will get an e-mail invitation with a registration link to get their personal Slush ticket. As the number of tickets is limited, the tickets will be given out on a first come, first serve bases.

Aalto personnel and students may purchase tickets to the early bird price using the discount code AALTOATSLUSH2017. The code is valid until the event, and tickets can be bought directly from Slush http://www.slush.org/tickets/

Service personnel has no separate ticket quota.

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Aalto’s participation at Slush 2017 is carried out by Communications Services (COS) and managed by a steering group formed by Vice Presidents Tuija Pulkkinen, Eero Eloranta and Hannu Seristö and Director Jaakko Salavuo.

More information:
Katri Winqvist, Producer 
[email protected]
050 591 4314

Photo: Mikko Raskinen

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