Results

MOL promoted social inclusion of visually impaired young people

MOL project promoted the social inclusion of the visually impaired young people aged 18-25 in both Finland and Estonia. This project focused on increasing independence and empowerment of the target group in both countries by promoting their potential to study, work and live independently.
 

Improved community

Teaming UP encouraged entrepreneurship among the youth

The project has developed a Teaming up motivational programme methodology which has included a large number of different kinds of events, workshops, entrepreneur visits, mentoring and a bootcamp as well as pitching possibilities.

Joint student company

Introserv improved maritime safety in small ports

The main objective of the project was to raise the maritime safety in coastal areas and in small ports in Estonia and Finland by developing integrated maritime technical assistance service – Trossi Service. 

Improved small port

NNFA increased exports of film productions

The project targeted to increase exports within the film production sector in Estonia, Latvia and Finland. Production in the context of this project was defined as for filming movies, TV series and advertisements in the Central Baltic region.

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

ASIA-CLEAN expedided cleantech export

The goal of the ASIA-CLEAN project was to increase the export of Finnish and Estonian cleantech, healthtech, smart city, environmental and energy technology companies to the project's target areas in China (Jinan and Shangdong regions and Tianjin) and Malaysia.

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

BreedExpo helped agricultural producers enter new markets

The main objective of BreedExpo project was to support agricultural producers from CB area, who are interested in exporting breeding animals, to enter into new markets: Kazahstan, Georgia and Ukraine.

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

Baltic Loop improved transport flows of people and goods in three selected corridors of Central Baltic region

Project target was to improve 3 East-West direction transport corridors in Central Baltic region. These are Northern corridor Örebro – Turku – St. Petersburg, middle corridor Örebro – Tallinn – St.Petersburg and Southern corridor Örebro – Riga – St. Petersburg.

Improved transport flow of goods
Madina Haram (al masjid an nabawi)

IHMEC accelerated sales in the Middle-East for companies developing indoor hygiene products

IHMEC project aimed at creating business opportunities for Estonian, Finnish and Swedish companies. 

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

Smart Marina improved 32 small ports

The main achievement of the project was the improvement of 32 small ports and a Blue Flag certification of 17 upgraded harbours with a clear environmental signature.
 

Improved small port

LEF Network to China created an export support network for wood products

The project targeted the entry to the China’s market by CB region wood interior design industry companies.

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

eMesai supported SME's entering the Sub-Saharan, Indian and UAE markets

The project supported SMEs' efforts to enter the Sub-Saharan, India and UAE markets to reach the main objective of increasing the Central Baltic SMEs' export to these regions/countries.

New cluster co-operation exporting to new markets

DigiYouth created cross-border student companies

The project targeted the creation of cross-border student companies (business simulations).

Joint student company