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Video report from Slush 2017 – “Nothing normal ever changed a damn thing”

4.12.2017 - Johannes Puro - Events

Check out the atmosphere and interviews from the best tech event in the world

Video report from Slush 2017 – “Nothing normal ever changed a damn thing”

World’s leading technology and startup event Slush is officially over but again it remains clear that the organizing team has the ability to create a truly unique atmosphere where innovation and excitement flourish.

Next year’s event will be held on December 4-5, 2018. Until then, please enjoy our video report from Slush 2017!


The cover picture is the property of Slush and the photographer is Petri Anttila.

More photos of the event on Slush’s Flickr album >

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