Slush 2016: Day one turns up the heat
Wondering what went on during the first day of Helsinki’s Slushiest happening? Take a look at what we came across.
Slush 2016 is here!
The yellow-brick road may be a bit soggy underfoot – but that’s the point, as it has led us to the Nordic’s biggest startup event: Slush 2016.
The Slush movement spreads around the world
With one day to go, did you know that Slush is not just an annual startup event in Helsinki? It has become a rapidly spreading global movement.
Healthy news for Finnish startups heading to China
Chinese startup incubator TechCode is opening its Helsinki office during Slush.
The world’s best indie games come to Finland
The Game Development World Championship showcases the best independent games in the world.
Slush conference passes sold out
The only ticket types still available are executive, startup and investor passes. According to the event, executive passes are almost gone, too.
Defining the future with Tekes, IBM and Rolls Royce
Finnish funding agency for innovation Tekes is teaming up with IBM and Rolls-Royce for a stand at Slush under the title of “Finland Defining the Future”.
Young generations get Slush-ed too
Economic Information Office TAT and Aalto Entrepreneurship Society (Aaltoes) are getting young people involved in international business through Slush Youth.
Finnish companies make the Slush 100
The finalists for this year’s hottest pitching competition have been announced, with the main announcement being made on day two of Slush, 1 December.
Sport tech and music jump on the Slush wagon
This year, the conference will be accompanied by two newborn family members: Smash, the first sports and health focused startup event in the world, and Slush Music.
Royalty from Norway to attend Slush
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway will join Slush on 30 November to participate in several happenings and to open the Nordic Showcase on stage.