NESU-KY started its sitsi year earlier this week. It was not only the NESU-KY's first sitsi party of the year, but also the first sitsi party arranged completely by NESU-KY ‘013. So naturally the stakes were high, and we did not want to mess this up.
It was finally time to end the longest Christmas holiday I’ve ever had and start the ordinary schoolwork again. However, before that, it was time to kick off the 2013 sits season as NESU-Finanssi’s first sits party of the year took place in Oulu. Nine fresh NESU-KY’013 members, including the new board, took a train to Oulu and even though the first train broke down somewhere in Ostrobothnia, everyone was present in time.
We are more than happy to present our new board for 2013! The year 2013 will be challenging. Old traditions are worth upholding, but we have a goal to create something new and have a renewed approach.
This year we want to restore and enhance the way sitsparties are being held here in KY. This way, we can arrange better events for everyone. NESU-KY is more than grateful for the KY's support, and we are motivated to bring NESU-KY and the KY itself closer together, along with other NESU-cities.
The days consisted of interesting day program; lectures, caseworks and workshops around the theme. The evenings were again full of fun with more relaxed activities. Waking up early and fresh for day programs after a NESU-style party is always a challenge, but obviously everyone pulled it off splendidly!
The day program turned out especially interesting this time. For example, the case works were considered very intriguing and challenging. Even though there weren’t much time for case groups to finish their work, the groups showed their ability to go the extra mile by giving good presentations. Then again like Accenture representatives said - that’s how it is in the consulting world. You never have enough time to plan your every move.
As a mini cherry on top of the conference, Viper, a Finnish NESU legend, made a glorious comeback to the scene, this time as a lecturer!
We would like to thank the organizers for a great conference!