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EastCham Finland

EastCham Finland is an expert organisation that provides member services to nearly 600 member companies. As part of the Team Finland network, EastCham provides internationalization services for all Finnish companies. EastCham aims to identify economic signals and support business operations in relevant markets for Finnish companies in Central Asia, Southern Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Russia.

Eteläranta 10
FI-00130 Helsinki, Finland
Tel  +358-10 439 1150
Email helsinki@eastcham.fi

 

Ministry of the Environment of Finland

The Ministry of the Environment leads national efforts and encourages cooperation in promoting sustainable development, securing a good living environment, and safeguarding biodiversity for both current and future generations. In Finland, the responsibility for developing the waste legislation rests with the Ministry of the Environment.

Aleksanterinkatu 7
P.O.Box 35, 00023
FINNISH GOVERNMENT
Switchboard: +358 295 16001
Registry (office): +358 2952 50400
Fax: (09) 1603 9320
Suvi Jutila

Tel: +358 295 525 0369
Mobile: +358 50 300 0503
Email suvi.jutila@gov.fi

 

Business Finland

Business Finland helps their customer companies grow and succeed globally, develop solutions for the future and renew their business operations boldly. They promote collaboration between companies and research groups, so that new endeavors can develop into international business ecosystems. Business Finland develops Finland into the most attractive and competitive innovation environment and the most enticing investment and travel destination in the world.

Circular Economy opens new Business Opportunities

Business Finland runs Bio and Circular Economy Program 

The program supports the development of competitive bio and circular economy solutions and ecosystems that offer solutions to global environmental challenges and hold potential for significant global markets. Our aim is to increase the exports of bio and circular economy solutions in order for Finnish solutions to be adopted in international markets. The program directs export activities particularly for the plastic and packaging industries. It also supports new innovations in various sectors of circular economy, particularly for new applications in textiles and construction.

Visiting Address

Business Finland
Porkkalankatu 1
Helsinki

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