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Promoting Aalto’s Finland 100 projects in your email signature

Aalto University takes part in Finland’s centennial with some twenty projects which include, for example, Game Changers, Helsinki Challenge, and Aalto Festival.

Please, visit aalto.fi/finland100 for more information on all of the projects.

If you wish to spread the word about our projects in your emails, you could add the below message after your general Aalto email signature. The font below is set to Arial, bold, black, size 10. When talking about these projects in the social media, you are encouraged to use at least hashtags #aalto and #finland100.

The link to the 'Finland 100 and Aalto webpage' is embedded into the texts 'Read more.' and 'aalto.fi/finland100.

 

We celebrate Finland’s centenary with various projects building the Finland of today and beyond. Read more.

aalto.fi/finland100
#aalto #finland100

 

Thank you for helping spread the information on our projects to an even wider audience.

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