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Turku Sales Competition 2018, Finland, 27.-28.11.2018

2. November 2018
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What is the Turku Sales Competition?

  • The competition is held twice a year: Spring and Autumn as part of the Sales Module
  • The competition will be attended by sales engineer students from Turku University of Applied Sciences, exchange students and visitors
  • In the autumn of 2018, the competition is part of the Sales and Purchasing Excellence Week-event
  • Competition will be held in English
  • In the competition, students parctice their sales skills in a simulated sales situation

All details in Turku Sales Competition folder (download)

AASE-Workshop „Service Engineering“, Bochum, May 5th, 2018

9. März 2018
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Dear Students and Lecturers,

We are happy to announce the AASE-Workshop which will take place at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.

The main topic of the workshop will be “Service Engineering“. We have teamed up with professionals and alumni who will give inspiring and innovative lectures and organize a concept for a „Business Game“ where you can try out your new learned skills.

At the end of the workshop we will hand out a certificate for every participant for taking part. More Information and the Flyer here!

 

Press release: AASE 2017 conference, Belfort

11. Januar 2018
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ESTA Belfort welcomes the AASE 2017 conference
and signs a double degree agreement with the University of Applied Sciences Turku

170504 Attendees of AASE 2017 - Kopie

ESTA Belfort organises the annual conference of the Academic Association of Sales Engineering (AASE) on  the 3rd and 4th May 2017. The AASE was created in June 2014 by professors, deans and directors of Sales Engineering studies combining competence in technology and in sales, completed with management and personal skills. AASE pursuits the following objectives: The promotion of the Sales Engineering profession, and the intensification of the cooperation in the fields of research and education with the aim of creating attractive study programmes which fit well to industrial expectations. The association totals at that day 44 members from 19 higher education institutions in Austria, Finland, France and Germany.

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