Tomi Nyman, who works as National Manager at Hilti, says that social skills and mentality for continuous learning are the most important skills in today’s working life. That’s why the understanding of how I learn is the single most important lesson learnt at university. Nyman’s study combination, Management as a major and Finance as a minor, is especially useful in his current position.
Premium Partner - Hilti
Drills and other electrical construction site tools come to mind for many when they think of Hilti. However, this is only part of the truth - in addition to these, various fastening accessories, fire protection, measuring devices, installation systems, as well as software and services are at the core of Hilti's business. Hilti is therefore more than just tools, it offers all-encompassing solutions for professionals in the construction industry. In addition, Hilti makes its devices to last and therefore offers them a lifetime maintenance service. In Finland, Hilti has 260 experts working in sales, development, maintenance and support services. Globally the company employs around 30.000 people. Read more about Hilti at their website www.hilti.fi/en
The partnership between Hilti Finland and the School of Business began in 2021, and that makes Hilti our newest partner. The aim of the partnership is to make Hilti and its career opportunities known to students and to create opportunities for cooperation now and in the future. Within the framework of the cooperation, Hilti also gets new perspectives on its own business, e.g. by participating in various Capstone courses. As an employer, Hilti has been available to the students of the School of Business since the old ARENA Career Fair, for the first time already in 2001. Nowadays, you can meet Hilti at several of our events, from the Aalto Talent Expo to smaller career events.
Responsibility and the environment are also an important and current topic in the construction industry, and Hilti has very ambitious goals in this regard. Durability and maintenance of machines and equipment, management of material flows, and sustainable and safe solutions for construction technology are at the center of Hilti's operations. For Hilti, the circular economy means producing as much added value as possible by reusing as many raw materials as possible.
The know-how of the School of Business has a wide variety of needs and opportunities at Hilti, not forgetting the multidisciplinary talents that the entire Aalto University graduates.
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Partnership Programme for long-term collaboration
Aalto University’s School of Business has its own Partnership Programme to build and maintain close, long-term relations with companies. The programme is the only one of its kind in Finnish universities, and also connects the partners with the other Schools and fields at Aalto University.
Ways to cooperate
From below you will find some ways to collaborate with Aalto University School of Business.