Aalto University MBA Alumni Association members* are cordially invited to an inspiring event where we will welcome our keynote speaker, Stefano Mosconi, CTO of Jolla Oy, and embark on an intense retrospective and learn insights from one of Finland’s most daring startups.  This event will give insight into one’s own startup journey and will inspire one to at least consider the professional path one is currently treading. It will give pause to consider and possibly rethink what is needed to embark on a start-up journey to begin with.

Date and time:  Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, from 17:00-18:30  Place:  Aalto University main building. Room Nelimarkka, Runeberginkatu 14-16, 00100 Helsinki  Agenda:  – 17:00 to 17:30 Registration and refreshments  – 17:30 to 17:40 Opening words – Kullah Anderson  – 17:40 to 18:10 “Building Jolla: the importance of purpose”, Stefano Mosconi, CTO Jolla Oy – 18:10 to 18:30 Q&A

About the key speaker: 

Stefano Mosconi is a co-founder of Jolla Ltd. and Chief Technology Officer. As CTO he is responsible for the R&D SW unit and scouting of new technologies.

Stefano, Italian by birth, has been living and working in Finland since 2005, when he joined Nokia in the OSSO/Maemo/MeeGo team and has been deeply involved with open source technologies ever since.

He has a M.Sc. degree in Telecommunication Engineering and his core expertise is in system administration and organizational management. LinkedIn profile: https://fi.linkedin.com/in/stezz

Loves food, gadgets, photography, family, cycling.

Invitations will be sent in members’ emails in a couple of days. For further information, please send inquiries to:  (Kullah Anderson)

*If you are not already a member of the Aalto University MBA Alumni Association, please register by sending your name, school (HSE, TKK or AEE) and cohort year to . Shortly following receipt of your interest to join, an invoice will be sent for the annual fee: 40 EUR for Alumni and 20 EUR for current students. New alumni members get -50 % reduction from annual fee (20 e) until end of 2015.