Waves festival

 

Celebrate spring and impact entrepreneurship on May 8, 2019 with New Global research project! During the five project years, a new generation of companies has been born to solve complex global problems, such as climate change and poverty.

The Waves festival program includes new music, ecological food and inspiring conversations. Themes are empathy as a tool for examining global inequality, organizing an impact business and combating climate change in the forest sector.

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Waves festival

Producer Pietari Pyykönen is in charge of the music: isthisart.fi.

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This post was written by Outi Puukko

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