Impact Slush speakers and program published

 

Slush Impact is a program within Slush for startups and social innovators addressing the global development agenda and making a positive societal contribution.

Slush Impact features leading development and technology speakers, exclusive networking sessions, hands-on workshops and thematic side events. There will also be ample opportunities for impact and emerging market investors to meet with the brightest change-makers.

Slush Impact is a platform for entrepreneurs from near and far. The Impact Accelerator program brings to Slush the next 30 world-changing entrepreneurs from emerging markets. Equally, Impact brings together entrepreneurs, non-profits, and social innovators in the search of scalable solutions for global challenges.

Impact Iglu is deeply engaged and active at Slush Impact and it’s side events. Iglu is organizing a design thinking workshop for the startups in Nuuksio, facilitated by Mikko Koria. Iglu is also organizing a Slush Impact X event for the students together with Helsinki Think Company. Impact Iglu will also be present in Slush next to the Aalto booth.

We will inform more about the events at http://impactiglu.org/

This post was written by AGI

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