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Future is Made in Finland – Recipe for Success

Hybrid event series 

October 11, October 25, November 17, December 16, 2022

What does success mean to you?

Success means different things to different people. For some, it’s about having an exciting career. For others, it’s about having quality time with friends, family and loved ones. And others again want freedom, adventure and unique experiences.

No matter what your recipe for success looks like, chances are you’ll find the ingredients in Finland.

In this webinar series, we explore the different aspects of studying, working and innovating in Finland.

Ingredient IV: Curiosity Sign up for the webinar
Want to use deep tech to create an impact on the world? In this webinar you’ll learn why Indian nationals come to Finland to grow their tech careers and study cutting-edge technology.

December 16, 2022, 10.30 Helsinki | 14.00 New Delhi | 16.30 Singapore

Location: Online


Opening of the event
Dr. Jukka Holappa, Country Director India, Business Finland and Santa Claus

14:05 Greetings from 
Minister of Employment of Finland, H.E. Ms. Tuula Haatainen


Dialogue 1: Finland as an advanced technologies’ R&D hub. 5G collaboration between Finland and India.

Discussion between Mr. Rajesh Chandiramani. Business Head, Communications-Media-Entertainment for EMEA and APJI Markets, Tech Mahindra and Mr. Sanjay Malik, Managing Director, Nokia India 

Facilitated by Dr. Jukka Holappa


Dialogue 2: Finland and India taking the quantum leap together

Discussion between Mr. Juha Vartiainen, COO and Co-founder, IQM Quantum Computers, Mr. Nikhil Malhotra, Chief Innovation Officer, Tech Mahindra, and Professor Sasu Tarkoma, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Helsinki

Discussion facilitated by Dr. Mika Tirronen, Counsellor of Education and Science of Finland to India, Embassy of Finland in India


Student testimonial
Simonelle Dsouza, Master's degree student in Business Administration specialising in International Marketing Management at LUT University


Dialogue 3: Defining the skills experts will need in the future world

Discussion between Ms Alamelu Subramanian, Vice President and Program Director, Tech Mahindra and Professor Sasu Tarkoma, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Helsinki

Facilitated by Ms. Anna Korpi, Counsellor of Education and Science of Finland, Embassy of Finland in Singapore


Dr. Jukka Holappa


Networking, 1 hour
The virtual booths are open for 1 hour after the event

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