Darren Bratten is one of the new designers at Aalto Startup Centre and we welcome him to share a few thoughts. His background in design and business development will be helpful to our startups. Darren is excited by the impact of design thinking and its strategic application.
Under the tutelage of Business accelerator Aalto Startup Center, five international startup companies aiming to transform urban mobility to be easier, more efficient and more environmentally-friendly, will begin their journey this month.
Finland’s central hub for the student-run entrepreneurial movement, Startup Sauna, has a new Community Director from December 2020. An active, co-working space is a home for startups, and student-run Aaltoes, Junction, Startuplifers, and Kiuas.
Aalto Startup Center, in cooperation with the Korea Institute of Startup & Entrepreneurship Development (KISED) congratulated the first 10 Korean startups for finalizing the unique program at Aalto Startup Center.
2020- What a year we had! Despite the ongoing global pandemic Aalto Startup Center expanded its international operations this year by starting new co-operation programmes and projects.
Tiina Kossila, the new Business Advisor in Aalto Startup Centre has over 15 years of expertise coaching startups in the following fields: pivoting strategy and business models; commercialization; market analysis; product development; and finance.
So, you think you have a great new idea for the health technology market? Now what?
Tatu Malmström’s presentation at Aalto Startup Center on 26 November covered fundamental topics that any startup should understand: why data is not enough, how to see the world in customer’s eyes, and why understanding your customers is an advantage.
The Finnish startup, CleanDet, offers hyperspectral imaging utilizing artificial intelligence to validate cleanliness in application areas where cleanliness is of utmost importance. Their technology detects and identifies invisible contaminants from surfaces.