25 November 2022 | Paul Colston | CMW
Finland Convention Bureau has been acknowledging its Finnish Congress Heroes by telling inspiring stories about them, illustrating how congresses can have a positive impact on society. Three local academics have been lauded in particular, who played a key role in bringing international conferences to Finland in 2022. The campaign presents three inspiring stories about influential and talented experts in their field who secured high-profile conferences in their respective cities and universities.
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