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Ingmar Björkman's portrait was revealed

The portrait was created by Aalto alumnus Jaakko Kahilaniemi.
Ingmar Björkman's portrait. Photo: Jaakko Kahilaniemi / Aalto University

The portrait of Ingmar Björkman, former Dean of the School Business at Aalto University, was unveiled at School of Business’ traditional Christmas party for faculty, staff and a few other guests held on 13 December 2019.

The portrait was created by Aalto alumnus Jaakko Kahilaniemi from the School of Arts, Design and Architecture. The portrait can be seen soon by the elevators of the 1st floor at the School of Business building.

Ingmar Björkman acted as the Dean of the School of Business in 2012–2019. Now he will continue as a full professor of International Business at the Department of Management Studies.

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