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Handbook to Nordic Startup Investor Market: Unleash the Full Potential of Nordic Startups

This handbook will guide you through the Nordic startup and investor environment and highlight the most relevant regulatory and tax issues faced by angel investors.
  • 03/03/2003 Flows of human capital in the Nordic countries 1988-1998

    Competence is a key ingredient for innovation and growth. The prosperity of a nation depends on the knowledge, skills and experience that can be put to work in the operation and development of its economic and social life. Research, education of the young, and lifelong learning are being heralded as crucial mechanisms for supplying businesses and the public sector alike with new and updated competence.
  • 01/03/2003 Behind the music - profiting from sound

    The popular music industry is a growing industry and an important contributor to national economies. Up until recently much of the public policy attention music has received has been in terms of cultural and social policy rather than the industrial policy and support it needs.
  • 01/03/2003 Sustainable tourism development

    The main goal of the project was to establish a long-term working model and project concept for a sustainable arctic tourism development. In order to reach this goal, the current practises of Northern tourism enterprises and their needs – current as well as future - were analysed and compiled. Special emphasis was placed on identifying successful tools and practices to improve the SMEs sustainability.
  • 28/02/2003 E-market qualification and training

    Electronic marketplaces with several buyers and many sellers will become increasingly important to enable companies to successfully reach their target markets, and effectively buy and sell products. By an electronic marketplace, we mean a web site with trading functions for several buying and selling companies where the provider of the web site has no control over the prices of the products.
  • 25/02/2003 Nordic MEMS - Status and possibilities

    Microsystems, or small, functional components, will be the key components in systems realizing “the instrumentation society” we are entering during the next 5-10 years. There are numerous possible applications for microsystems. As a breakthrough technology, allowing unparalleled synergy between previously unrelated fields such as biology and microelectronics, many new microsystems applications will emerge, expanding beyond that which is currently identified or known.
  • 25/02/2003 Innovations in Ink-Jet Technology (NATTKLINIK)

    It is the scope of this Nordic R&D project on "Innovative development of the ink-jet technology" to utilise the outcome of national research programmes and to establish a Nordic network of research institutes, material suppliers, printer manufacturers and end users of the ink-jet technology.
  • 23/02/2003 Networking in Fisheries Research

    A Network in Fisheries Research was launched at the TAFT 2003 conference in Reykjavik. This was the first joint Trans Atlantic Fisheries Technologists conference of the Western European Fisheries Technologists´ Association (WEFTA) and the Atlantic Fisheries Technology Conference (AFTC).
  • 23/02/2003 LWAgeolight Final Technical Report

    LWAgeolight is an internordic project aiming at developing technical solutions for the use of LWA for insulation and lightweight fill in roads and railways.
  • 31/12/2002 Dairy bacteriocins

    The overall objective of this project is to gain new and important information on propionibacteria (PAB) as starter culture and protective culture in general, and also establish new information and criteria for application of PAB in dairy products with emphasis on their antimicrobial effect. The overall goal is to establish new PAB and PAB in combination with LAB to be used in industrial proceses in dairy foods.
  • 28/02/2002 Green Electronics Packaging and Environmental Data Flow Management

    The development in electronics has resulted in products with rapidly increasing functionality, lower weight and less volume, giving users big advantages in the use phase. With its complex composition, an increasing number of new applications, shorter product life, use of hazardous substances and lack of data on the material contents, electronic and electrical (EE) products constitute a threat to both man and the environment.
  • 28/02/2002 System on Chip Prestudy report

    The development of the information society has had a major effect on all industries. To stay competitive, SMEs have to invest in human talent capable of creating innovative information technology based products. As a world leader in IT development and Internet use, the Nordic countries are a dynamic test bed of creativity for pioneering new IT solutions.
  • 06/03/2001 Internationalisation in Nordic and Baltic science parks

    This report is about internationalisation in the Nordic and Baltic science- and technology parks. More specifically it describes what the Nordic and Baltic science- and technology parks do (and not do) in order to support and stimulate internationalisation of the park and the localised firms.
  • 03/03/2001 Women entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries

  • 28/02/2001 Nordic countries as leader on open source in Europe

  • 28/02/2001 Information Society Technologies Event

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