Building Entrepreneurial Community

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A little 8-slide overview on the three main things that have affected for the fact that Aaltoes has developed to what it is now.

Three key points:

1) Societal changes
Aaltoes' positive message and actions hit through in a depressive atmosphere. One positive change that has had a great effect has been Aalto University.

2) Peace
The bottom-up initiative has had the peace to grow on its own terms and the freedom to fail without pressure.

3) Community
Aaltoes is all about community – individuals from different backgrounds looking for people with similar mindset. Aaltoes is building a culture where people can find serendipity and feel that later on they want to give back to community.

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Building Entrepreneurial Community

  1. 1. Building entrepreneurial community Elina Uutela TEK Yrittäjyys Roadshow 3.10.2013
  2. 2. Entrepreneurship is the act and art of being an entrepreneur or one who undertakes innovations or introducing new things, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods. Let’s start with Wikipedia quotes.
  3. 3. * A student-run community est. 2009 * 50 events per year: focus on the grassroot level, but also two accelerator programs + internship program + one of the leading tech conferences in Europe * Helping companies and initiatives * All this, mostly done by volunteers
  4. 4. 1) Societal Changes Nokia going down, international depression, the brand new Aalto University
  5. 5. 2) Peace Nobody told us what to do, we had the freedom to fail
  6. 6. 3) Community Community of people from different backgrouns supports and creates serendipity
  7. 7. Kiitos! @elinauutela elli@aaltoes.com “Innovation is something you do, not something you have.” -Yevgeniy Brikman

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