Finland’s Aalto University Startup Center has received an honorable mention for its success of adapting key operations to be applicable amidst the global pandemic.
Pekka Töytäri’s keynote speech at Aalto Startup Center gave an insight on how companies can create more value to their customers and explained how the value proposition is connected to the customer’s decision making process.
Cities of Helsinki and Stockholm, collaborative cities of the EIT Urban Mobility Northern Accelerator, presented their goals, needs and requirements as well as them being a platform for mobility development and testing to the Batch#2 startups.
Bohan Sun is a new designer at Aalto Startup Center from November 2020, working in communication and marketing materials, and providing design support for startups.
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.
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.
How to show up and create a game-changing pitch “Find your own voice through effective communication. Be yourself and shape the message for your audience.” Nick Vertigans, from London, is a coach, speaker and developer of teams and leaders.
Aalto Startup Center will kickstart a new program for South Korean HealthTech and Wellbeing startups.