Aimed at communication professionals, the organisation's NUASkom conference is held in the Nordic countries every two years, and Finland's turn to
The ELMI 2022 Conference was held at the Logomo event centre in Turku, Finland, 7–10 June 2022.
The Project Manager and the main organiser Stella Aaltonen, who is specialised in urban mobility solutions in the City of Turku, i
Vernal sunlight is rippling through the windows.
Professor Salmi (Professor Salmi pictured on the left, his colleague Professor Dmitry Murzin on the right) and his colleagues at Åbo Akademi’s Labo
Visit Turku wishes to convey their value of responsibility to the thousands of annual convention visitors brought to the city by scientific events
Organising events and meetings generates greenhouse gas emissions. However, even carbon wise events are entirely possible.
European Bat Research Symposium EBRS in Turku
Eero Vesterinen, Adjunct Professor, University of Turku
The first RENT conference was organised in Brussels in 1987 by the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), an international
The Conference is a main event in the field of developmental psychology and it has never before been organised in Finland.
The guests can hardly wait.
At the start of the 2010s, researchers from Turku decided to apply for the symposium in order to increase awareness of Finnish bat research and cre
The idyllic Piispankatu in the Turku Cathedral area was known for centuries as Piispanpelto (Bishop’s field) and it was also the home of Finland’s
Live music plays loud and clear in the lobby of the Logomo venue.
Juha Leinonen and Kristian Karnell are in a merry mood.
Visit Finland launched the Sustainable Travel Finland programme to promote sustainable tourism in Finland.
People and communities continue to have a strong need to connect, network and exchange ideas.
The STF label is an indicator of the economic, ecological, social and cultural sustainability of travel destinations and tourism companies.
Environmental issues and responsibility were taken into account right from the design of the hotel.
Turku is one of the New York Times’ 52 favourite places to experience in 2021.
Opened in Turku in September 2020, Hotel Kakola marks a new brighter chapter in the history of the county prison dating back to 1890.
Original Sokos Hotel Kupittaa was only a hole in the ground by the railway station, but Tuija Suominen-Åkerlund still wanted to kn
“The event will be organized differently but just as well,” said City of Turku’s Manager of International Affairs Mika Akkanen at
Meetings and congresses, as well as related trade and scientific exhibitions and festivities, are events related to a specific topic or theme, wher
Kupittaa, known in Swedish as Kuppis, is a rapidly developing district in the eastern city centre of Turku with a wealth of modern office facilitie