External supplier of event technology chosen for Aalto after procurement process

Hundreds of events are held at Aalto University each year, and sometimes the audio-visual technology at the venues does not meet the needs of the event.

Broadway Finland, Aalto's service provider for event technology, helps with more extensive solutions. Event technology services include technology for sound systems, lighting, video, as well as stage structures. Through Broadway Finland it is possible to order live webcasts as well as recordings of events.

Aalto contact person:
Jussi Kylliäinen | [email protected] | +358 41 504 4446

Aalto substitute contact person:
Kimmo Räsänen | [email protected]

Did you know that Aalto Studios lends event technology equipment and Unigrafia offers services for webcasts and recording?

Further information
Aalto Studios (
Unigrafia (

Further information on the agreement with Broadway on Aalto Communications:
Producer Minna Pajari | [email protected]
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