Finnovation Business Conference In Budapest, 12 June

  • 27 May 2019 10:28 AM
  • FinnAgora
Finnovation Business Conference In Budapest, 12 June
FinnAgora’s FINNOVATION Business Conference on 12 June 2019 brings the latest news of the Finnish innovative field to Budapest.

A number of Finnish experts and business specialists are invited to speak about what is behind ’the Finnish Miracle’: how do startups work in Finland and in the Nordic countries and how innovations are born in Finnish companies. 

During the day-long conference, you will learn, for example, how to utilize ’sisu’ – the inner courage and fortitude – in entrepreneurship and what kind of possibilities human-centred data economy creates for future businesses.

Get insights into the new innovation model of Nokia and hear intriguing cases from fields such as EdTech, cleantech and food technology: are crickets and zero waste the way of the future?

The conference includes capturing speeches (keynote speech delivered by Mikael Jungner, the Head of Kreab Helsinki), interesting case examples of Finnish startups and companies, and round-table discussions.

Patrick Furu’s immersive workshop at the end of the day leads us to understand connections between jazz and 21. century leadership.

The programme of the day is concluded by a jazz concert of the Finnish Jussi Fredriksson Trio at Opus Jazz Club.

The aim of FINNOVATION is to provide new insight and inspiration as well as hands-on tools, models, and networking opportunities to Hungarian business actors. 

Check out the full programme here.

HUF 9,445 / 18,890

Date and time: 
12 June, 10 am - 7 pm

Budapest Music Center
1093 Budapest, Mátyás u. 8.

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Finnish Institute FinnAgora is operating in Budapest. The institution maintains a close cooperation with the Embassy, however it works as an independent organisation in Hungary. FinnAgora’s main mission is to represent and advocate Finland, its culture, its scientific results, as well as the country’s economic actors in Hungary and in the neighbouring countries. The institution puts a special emphasis on the current trends in arts and in science.