Slush 2015

Slush 2015 will be held in Helsinki on November 11-12th. To those unfamiliar with the event, Slush has grown into the largest event in Nordic region that brings together startup companies and tech talent, to meet up with international investors, executives and influential media outlets. Speaking about the event size, last year Slush gathered over 14.000 attendees and more than 3500 companies for the event. Additionally more than 750 investors came to meet startups in nearly 3.800 pre-booked meetings.

The opportunities offered by Slush cannot be undermined, whether it’s looking for investors, customers, media exposure or mentoring. Slush gives new and young entrepreneurs the possibility of forming connections and opportunities that are vital in todays’ competitive market.

 In addition to the opportunity of forming connections between people at Slush, the two-day event will host multitude of speakers, from various fields of expertise. The knowledge and ideas provided by these speakers can provide young and new entrepreneurs with new ideas and market insight on how to further improve their business and how to attract new customers.

Leinonen Finland will not unfortunately be taking part in the event, but we strongly agree with the events goals of helping new companies moving forward in their field of business

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