HAPPYMOOR’s founder Joutsenniemi as the voice of entrepreneurs at the Ajatusvalamo 2021 seminar

Jannika Joutsenniemi brings the voice of entrepreneurs to Ajatusvalamo seminar, organised for the third time by Heinäveden Yrittäjät ry. The seminar gather experts and thinkers for the Ajatusvalamo seminar on 1-2nd March in Valamo. The theme of the seminar this year is A Time of Uncertainty and Creativity.

The aim of the seminar is to find solutions to how the COVID19, climate change and other uncertainties could be turned from threats to opportunities. The virtually organised first day of the seminar consists of presentations and a panel discussion. The keynote speakers of the day will be Speaker of Parliament Anu Vehviläinen, CEO Mikael Pentikäinen of the Finnish Entrepreneurs Association, CEO and entrepreneur Jannika Joutsenniemi from HAPPYMOOR, Professor Emeritus of the University of Tampere Pertti Koistinen and  Senior Partner Jari Somero of South Savo Business Development.

“It is great to get to talk about entrepreneur-driven collaboration, which promotes equal co-operation between the private and public sectors to rebuild vitality, ”says Jannika Joutsenniemi, CEO of HAPPYMOOR.

The second day of the seminar will be held in Valamo, but the audience will also be able to participate virtually. On the second day of the seminar, topics will be worked on in workshops. The aim of the discussion is to find practical ideas and actions on how to turn various uncertainties into strengths and benefits, especially in the region of Eastern Finland.

The seminar is free of charge, held in Finnish  and is aimed at entrepreneurs, municipal decision-makers and organisational actors, as well as anyone interested in regional development.

Theseminar is organised by Heinäveden Yrittäjät ry, in cooperation with Pro Järvi-Suomi ry and Heinäveden Matkailuyhdistys rINSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTICIPATION
You register by e-mail: ajatusvalamo@gmail.com. When you sign up for a Zoom meeting, please use your full name.

Day of the seminar 1: Mon 1.3. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Seminar day 2: Tue 2.3. 10-16