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Tomi Erho appointed Head of Innovation Ecosystem Services

Erho promotes and advances collaboration among the university’s entrepreneurial community.
Tomi Erho

Tomi Erho, MSc (Eng.), has been appointed Head of Innovation Ecosystem Services at Aalto University as of 10 August 2020. In this role, Erho leads and develops the university’s innovation services, innovation activities and commercialisation processes. He also promotes and advances collaboration among the university’s entrepreneurial community. He reports to Janne Laine, Vice President of Innovation at Aalto University.

‘Tomi Erho has an excellent track record in different innovation activities and commercialisation of research results. He is very well placed to develop our internationally recognised innovation ecosystem further. A warm welcome to Aalto University’, says Janne Laine.

Tomi Erho has diverse experience at VTT Technical Research Centre, where he held the positions of e.g. principal scientist, team leader and business development manager. Erho is also CTO, co-founder and co-owner in a startup company.

Photo: Aalto University / Mikko Raskinen.

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