Laura Toivola was awarded to IBM´s Best Student Recognition Event

80 excellent students from 34 different countries were invited to Amsterdam.
Laura Toivola with IBM Nordic's University Relations and Government Affairs Executive Maarit Palo

Laura Toivola, who is studying in Master´s program of Information and Service Management (ISM) has been awarded with IBM’s Best Student Recognition. In July 8-10, Laura and three other Finnish students will be travelling to Amsterdam and represent Finland in the event.

IBM`s Best Student Recognition Event is a 3-day event to give EMEA´s brightest students insights into IBM´s strategy, business and research. The theme of this year´s event is Smarter Food – don´t waste it, save it!

80 business and technical students from all over Europe, the Middle East and Africa will come together in Amsterdam to get a deep understanding of IBM, network with peers and IBMers and build up ideas for a Smarter Planet.

Executive, University Relations and Government Affairs, of IBM Nordic Maarit Palo, Professor of Information Systems Science and Vice Dean-elect of research and international cooperation of the School of Business Timo Saarinen and Senior University Lecturer in Information Systems Science and a member of IBM´s Academic Initiative Program Johanna Bragge celebrated with Laura Toivola her success in an event organised on 10 June.

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