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Lahti TalentHub

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The last walk-in service of the year 2022 on Thursday 8.12. from 13.00 to 15.00.

The walk-in schedule for 2023 will be published later.

Lahti TalentHub develops a local operating model that brings together education-based and work-based immigration, skills development, integration services and international recruitment services for employers.

The goal of the project is to promote the availability of a skilled international workforce in the Lahti region by increasing awareness of the potential and expertise brought by international talents, and by strengthening the employers’ readiness to recruit experts with an international background.

Lahti TalentHub is piloting various measures and services to better connect local employers and international jobseekers and to support the employment and integration of international talents.

Lahti TalentHub project implements the national Talent Boost programme. The project is running from 1 August 2020 to 31 May 2023 and is funded by the European Social Fund.

Happening at Lahti TalentHub – 2023 programme will be updated soon!

  • Lahti TalentHub organises regular network meetings. Come chat with the TalentHub team, network, and enjoy some complimentary coffee. The meetings don’t have any official agenda.

    TalentHub network meetings are held in English.

    The network meeting schedule for 2023 will be published later.


  • Want to hear more about Lahti TalentHub’s upcoming events or have questions related to job search in the Lahti region?

    We are at your service:

    • Walk-in every Thursday 13–15 at Palvelutori (Green area), Trio shopping centre, 2nd floor (Aleksanterinkatu 27)
    • Book a Teams or a face-to-face appointment:

    The last walk-in of the year 2022 on Thursday 8.12. The walk-in schedule for 2023 will be published later.

    We can serve you in Finnish or in English (in Russian by request). Any exceptions in service times are informed on our LinkedIn & Facebook pages and on our website.

International Talents to Boost the Growth of Päijät-Häme Region

Finding a skilled workforce is one of the biggest challenges in companies’ growth and internationalisation efforts. International jobseekers offer great potential and expertise to the labour market, and in Lahti, for example, more than a third of unemployed international jobseekers are highly educated (in Finnish). In addition, international talents have extensive language skills and knowledge of markets and cultural environments of different regions of the world.

The growth opportunities offered by international talents are too valuable to be overlooked. Please contact us if your company or organisation wants to use the potential brought to the region by international talents!

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