The Central Baltic 2014-2020 Programme finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Projects

While we are all mentally preparing for the fourth call, it's worthwile remembering that our projects are implementing at full speed. Among other things, modern technologies are actively used, of which our project HANSA provides the latest example. HANSA has published their mobile application that contains information about 9 hanseatic cities in the Central Baltic region. Be sure to check it out.

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The CBEwB project, financed by the Central Baltic programme under priority 1, aims to support student enterpreneurship in the Central Baltic region.

Thanks to the project, so far, 68 joint student companies have been created. One of them, Pets United, was established by a prtnership of young students from Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Sweden. The company's mission is to match pet-ownrs and pet-sitters among people who have created a profile on their website.

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Project LightsOn! found a very interesting way to present the project as well the results it is reaching. This video playlist, consisting of a compilation of three videos, offers a glimpse into the project activities and on the outputs already produced such as their AR mobile game. ... Read more
Project LightsOn! found a very interesting way to present the project as well the results it is reaching. This video playlist, consisting of a compilation of three videos, offers a glimpse into the project activities and on the outputs already produced such as their AR mobile game. ... Read more
A brownfilead is an un-used industrial land with contaminated soil. Until such a land has been remediatied, it cannot be used.

At the moment, the traditional method used for remediation, consists of excavating the contaminated soil and transport it into another location. However this practice is not sustainable: the browfield area can be used after beeing remediated, but the soil is still contaminated. Central Baltic project INSURE aims at finding new sustainable methods to deal with this issue.

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This week end Central Baltic projects St. Olav WaterwayBoostedBaltacar and PortMate are participating in the Matka nordic travel fair starting today in Helsinki to present their projects to other tourism professionals.

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10 projects end during 2017

Friday, 29 September, 2017
Just as the Central Baltic programme has now been 10 years in implementation, also 10 of our projects will finish during 2017. Already finished projects include: PAD, PIM, EDU-SMEs, LetUsBeActive!, SIPPE, TheatreEx and Regi, whereas projects SAFHY and SmartPorts, are about to reach the finish line. And of course, more are following early next year, such as Springboard, who held its final seminar yesterday in Tallinn (see article photo). All ended, ending and implementing projects are available in our project database.

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First two projects have ended

Wednesday, 1 March, 2017
Another day, another celebration. The third call has just closed and already we have cause to gather together again. This time, the occasion was the first two projects that have ended: Let Us Be Active! (http://database.centralbaltic.eu/project/15) and EDU-SMEs (http://database.centralbaltic.eu/project/9). Well done! Project Manager Karolina Mackiewicz from Let Us Be Active! ... Read more

What are the elements of a good project?

Monday, 13 February, 2017
There are only a couple of weeks left before the first step of the third call closes. At the moment about 100 applications have been started on the eMS. In order to provide the applicants and potential applicants with further support during the application process, we have produced a short video, based on the Project Applicant Seminar to summarize what are the elements of a good project. ... Read more