Project idea consultations available until 17 March

The first call for the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 project proposals closes on 31 March at midday.

The programme strongly recommends having at least one, preferably several consultations before applying for funding. Since the individual consultations are ended two weeks before the deadline of the call, there is still a possibility to have a consultation until 17 March.

After this moment, the Joint Secretariat focuses support to earlier consulted projects and their practical questions in filling in the application form.

Good luck with submitting your applications!

Book a consultation with our Project Managers:

1. More exports by SMEs
2. More new scaled-up growth companies

Ülari Alamets
Project Manager
+358 4014 83901

3. Joint circular economy solutions
4. Improved coastal and marine environment
5. Decreased CO2 emissions

Samu Numminen
Project Manager
+358 4005 32092

6. Improved employment opportunities on labour market

Laura Cunska-Āboma
Project Manager
+358 4018 26487

7. Improved public services and solutions for the citizens

Normunds Strautmanis
Project Manager
+358 4018 11928

Interested in applying for funding? More information on our website:

For applicants – Central Baltic

Disclaimer: The approval of a new programme is a collaboration between the regions and participating Member States and the Commission. We have received Commission feedback throughout the process, but once we submit the programme, the so-called formal process and interservice consultation in the Commission starts. For us this means that after today’s celebration we still have to work hard. For you this means that you should be aware that some updates to the programme document and Programme Manual can still come. We will update and inform if something relevant happens.

The Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 is a EU cross-border cooperation programme. Its scope is to finance high quality projects with European Regional Development Funds in Finland (including Åland), Estonia, Latvia and Sweden, that aim at solving common challenges together and across borders.