Companies in the Waste and Recycling Industry Face Similar Challenges
The Cleantech Kvarken project aims to strengthen the possibilities for small and medium-sized cleantech companies to make new business in national and international markets. Operating in the international market requires that contacts are being established, which was done in the beginning of February when team members from the project, Jenny Åkermark and Jeanette Holmlund, brought the Swedish companies Järven Ecotech and Dåva DAC to Vaasa. The guests had an explicit request to get acquainted with landfills and project manager Mauritz Knuts arranged visit to Stormossen.
Swedish Guests Interested in the Energy Cluster in the Vaasa Region
The Vaasa region had visitors from Jokkmokk in Sweden when the business development company in Jokkmokk, Strukturum, visited to learn more about the energy cluster and possible collaboration opportunities with the companies in the region.
An Intense Finale for the Project Cleantech Kvarken
The cross-border project, Cleantech Kvarken’s last year has begun. The goal of the project is to strengthen the conditions for small and medium sized cleantech companies to do business at regional, national and international markets. There is a lot to do before it is ending in June, says Lasse Pohjala and continues:
Natural to Start from the Immediate Area When Striving for Export
Within the project Cleantech Kvarken the Corporate Reception was launched in autumn 2017, with the purpose of establishing new business connections between the cleantech companies on both sides of Bothnian Gulf. Business advisors and developers from the Technology Centre Merinova and VASEK are regularly in place in Örnsköldsvik, Umeå and Skellefteå a couple of days at the time to meet Swedish companies. In the same way business developers from Sweden come to Vaasa every month and are at the Finnish companies’ disposal for a couple of days.