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Celebrating entrepreneurship at Slush

Aalto stand presents the community of game changers.
The opening show of Slush 2016.

15000 technology enthusiasts, 2000 startups and 1000 investors from around the globe filled Messukeskus in Helsinki, as the sold-out startup event started on Wednesday.

Aalto stand gathered crowds by presenting the University’s innovation ecosystem and its versatile entrepreneurial activities. With one of the key features being strong student-led entrepreneurship movement, Aalto’s ecosystem has been ranked among the top-5 most promising ones in the world by MIT. Slush itself was developed into what it is today in the hands of Aalto students.

CEO of Slush and Aalto student Marianne Vikkula and Executive Producer of Slush Music Nicolas Dolenc welcoming the guests.

Aalto University is a proud partner of Slush.

Sonia and Irena presenting the innovation ecosystem of Aalto.

Visa Sippola's startup Surgify develops technology for less invasive bone surgery.

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