Baltic Impact Accelerator: Information Seminar
We invite you to an information seminar introducing the Baltic Impact Accelerator, designed to facilitate the growth of startups and SMEs in the Central Baltic Region.
During the meeting, you’ll have the chance to connect with inspirators, fellow individuals who share your interests, as well as gain insights from experienced professionals in the field who will provide guidance on how to apply to the programme.
Date: December 13, 2023
Place: The Park Södra (Magnus Ladulåsgatan 1, Stockholm) and Zoom
Who is it for: Young, growing startups and SMEs with a sustainability focus
Organizer: Sustainability InnoCenter
To register for the information seminar please follow the link. Registration deadline: December 11, 2023. Physical participation is limited. Confirmation will be sent by email after your registration.
If you have additional questions, please contact our colleagues from Sustainability InnoCenter:
Svitlana Baliuk, Phd, Project developer by email: email@example.com
Svante Hagström, Project Coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the Baltic Impact Accelerator?
The Baltic Acceleration Accelerator supports the growth of new companies in the Central Baltic region (Sweden, Finland, Latvia, and Estonia) within the framework of Profit, Planet and People.
The accelerator programmes includes:
- Developing business models
- Assistance in establishing a presence outside home markets
- Support to raise investments to accelerate growth
- Nurturing partnerships between businesses in the Central Business region.
Our first programme’s cohort is scheduled to launch in January 2024. Over six months, 32 selected startups and SMEs (8 from each partner country) will receive online individual training valued at 4 000 euros, as well as product development services, also valued at 4 000 euros. Following this, there will be two more cohorts for additional 64 companies.
The acceleration programme is free of charge.
The initiative is realised within the Baltic Impact Accelerator project that is funded by the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027. More information about the project can be found here.