StartUp Week brings educational organizations and incubators together in Helsinki to get inspired, learn, benchmark and network.
Last year keynote speakers included Ph.D Pasi Sahlberg and Peter Vesterbacka. Our participants from Africa, South-America and Europe gave us such an amazing feedback that we decided to organise StartUp Week again.
Inspiration and information about the future of education and entrepreneurial learning
Introduction to Haaga-Helia StartUp School Concept
Ideas on building an entrepreneurial mindset, group coaching methods, accreditation of prior learning, pitching and organizing entrepreneurial events
Network of colleagues around the world
Overview of the global startup scene in SLUSH
StartUp Week starts on Monday 3 December with an introduction to StartUp School’s way of teaching.
On Tuesday and Wednesday all participants will attend Slush event. The 2-day ticket is included in the price of StartUp Week.
On Thursday, which is the Independence Day in Finland, we go through key take-aways from Slush, and of course celebrate the Finnish Independence.
On Friday we will dive deeper into StartUp School offering, and demonstrate ways of implementing what we have learned into the way of teaching.
This is a preliminary program. A more detailed program will be provided closer to the event.
3-day programme hosted by the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
2-day conference pass to the World’s leading startup event SLUSH.
Ticket to XcitED (official SLUSH side event)
Early bird price €2,500/attendee (including VAT at 24%) until 30.10.
Limited number of participants, register now!
Accommodation: at own expense but we have made things easier for you. Let us know (on registration page) if you are interested in staying at Holiday Inn Helsinki City Centre, and we will contact you about the bookings.
We have preliminary reservations for 25 quests.
The first StartUp Week was organised in December 2017 and it gathered participants from South Africa, Germany and Bolivia to gain insight into entrepreneurial way of teaching and learning. During the week, Haaga-Helia signed a MoU with Tshwane University of Technology and EduExcellence signed a MoU with Universidad de la Cordillera.
Both universities are very keen on building their own StartUp Schools so we can really say that our first StartUp Week was a success!