Sustainable Entrepreneurship day (SED) is the final session of the CS Business elective course Sustainable Entrepreneurship. The event is open for public and therefore an exceptional opportunity to learn about the contents of the course. If you are considering to take this course next year, or you are interested to hear what sustainable entrepreneurship could be in Helsinki, see the registration link below.
Time: Fri 31.3.2017 at 10.00-19.00
Place: Aalto University Design Factory, Betonimiehenkuja 5 C, Espoo
Registration by 30th of March, 2017:
10.00-10.15 Opening Words
Ewald Kibler (Ass. Professor of Entrepreneurship, Aalto University School of Business)
10.15-11.30 100 Years – Time to Celebrate or just a Good Start: Solving the Social and Environmental Challenges Ahead?
Ville Luukanen (ClimateLaunchpad workshop by Impact Iglu)
11.30-12.00 Social Networking Lunch
12.00-13.15 The Role of Sustainability Start-Ups for the Entrepreneurship Ecosystem
Two track presentations by Aalto Students: Aalto Global Impact and The Shortcut – Diversity as an Engine for Growth
13.30-14.15 The Role of Entrepreneurship for Asylum Seekers
Presentations by Aalto Students (in cooperation with City of Helsinki)
14.15-14.50 Movie Screening: Stories from Asylum Seekers in Finland
14.50-15.00 The Future Strategy of Helsinki: Immigration, Entrepreneurship and Local Development
Ilkka Haahtela (Head of Immigrant and Employment Services, Economic Development Division, Helsinki City Executive Office)
15.00-16.30 Sustainable Helsinki 2030: Whose Business, What Needs to be Done?
A panel discussion with local election candidates.
Discussants: Dan Koivulaakso (Vasemmistoliitto), Laura Kolbe (Keskusta), Antton Rönnholm (SDP), Tuuli Kousa (Vihreät), Erlin Yang (Perussuomalaiset), Jenni Pajunen (Kokoomus), Eva Biaudet (RKP)
17:00–19:00 After-Work Reflections & Drinks organized by The Shortcut
Ewald Kibler, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
Aalto University School of Business
+35840 353 8442