Urban Tech Helsinki is the new incubation program for clean and sustainable urban solutions, for startups that are solving the challenges of modern cities. The 1st batch of startups started their journey in mid-September.
We had a chance to reach out to our other recent Business Advisor recruit here at Aalto Startup Center, Timo Ross, to ask him 10 questions. He talks about his vast expertise, his interests in wolves, and tells us what kind of Advisor he will be to our startups.
We had an opportunity to catch with another one of our new Business Advisors here at Aalto Startup Center, Ari Seppänen, to ask him 10 questions. He talks about his vast expertise, the importance of being customer-centric, and his relentless attitude to walk his dog!
We had an opportunity to catch with with one of our new Business Advisors here at Aalto Startup Center, Kim Aalto, to ask him 10 questions. He talks about why he's interested in startups, what he hopes to learn, gives us some top tips, and more!
From more than 110 applications from all over Europe and associated countries, EIT Urban Mobility has selected 25 promising startups to be part of the third cohort of the 6-month Accelerator Programme.
Mike Bradshaw sat down with Mika Marjalaakso, founder of Aivo Health, for a fireside chat about his experience as an entrepreneur and investor.
It's our great pleasure to introduce you to Kaisa Ahonen, a new member of our Aalto Startup Center team. Kaisa joined us approximately one month ago, and we finally had a chance to ask her a few questions about her new role, experience, and expectations.
The Urban Tech Helsinki incubator, which focuses on clean and sustainable urban solutions and is managed the City of Helsinki and Aalto University, will strengthen its roster with two new partners as the University of Helsinki and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.
This online event is dedicated to connecting industry partners with the EIT Urban Mobility Batch#2 start-ups providing solutions to today’s urban mobility challenges.
In the modern business environment, the digitalisation of business architecture has led to a situation where successful IT operations are the major success factor in the market. IT is no longer a support function for the business; it is an equal partner in business decisions.