• Business success
  • by Justyna Kot
  • 13/06/2019

Concise Software @ Arctic15. 2 days of talks about innovation and business

We barely cooled off after Malta AI & Blockchain Summit – from 5 to 6 June we participated in the Arctic15 conference, which took place in Helsinki. As usual, we came back very satisfied, with the prospect of great business contacts.

Arctic15 is a well-known event in the industry, during which you can establish new, promising business contacts. During two days, participants can take part in inspiring lectures, talks, thematic panels and meet in a slightly more relaxed atmosphere.

During Arctic15 in Helsinki, the main focus was on speed dating between investors and startups. B2B relations were less important. Nevertheless, it was possible to establish contact with investors who were very eager to talk about AI and Blockchain technologies, in which Concise Software specializes. Arctic15 is also a proof that international giants see a huge potential in modern solutions – proof of this is the Honda Xcelerator accelerator, which helps young companies spread their wings.

A very important point of Arctic15 was startups, which combine renewable energy sources with new technologies. During this event, we managed to learn many interesting ideas for the use of the latest technological advances also in the field of environmental protection.

Also, the meeting between our CEO Lukas and Miko Alasaarela was a nice touch of the trip to Helsinki. Miko has been creating AI and Blockchain business for many years and has recently returned to Helsinki, his hometown. The trip to Arctic15 is a success and we will surely appear on the next editions of this event!

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Justyna Kot

Project Manager & Business Analyst at Concise Software

Geek girl & coffee lover, Google Developers Launchpad Mentor, passionate about growth hacking, community building and Star Wars. Also Lead Organizer at Women Techmakers and GDG Rzeszów

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