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Thematic areas 2018-2021

As part of our strategy, Nordic Innovation has identified three thematic areas of work for the period 2018-2021. The thematic areas are based on the priorities of the Nordic ministers of business in the Nordic Co-operation Programme for Business and Innovation Policy 2018-2021.

The three thematic areas are:

  • 03/03/2013 The Nordic 10 - A high growth entrepreneurship initiative

    Ten Nordic projects have been selected for funding, with the aim to contribute to creating joint Nordic growth enhancing activities and increasing the deal flow of young innovative companies that are able to scale into Nordic and international markets.
  • 07/02/2013 Nordic Marine Innovation Programme

    The programme is the first of its kind in bringing the marine industry together across the borders in the Nordic Countries. The programme ran from 2011 to 2014 and is now closed.
  • 09/07/2012 Innovation in the Health Sector through Public Procurement and Regulation

    How can the Nordic health sector become an even more innovative and demanding procurer? The aim of this program is to improve innovation procurement in the health sector through extended exchange of knowledge and cross-border cooperation.
  • 01/06/2012 Marine Innovation Projects

    The aim of the Nordic Marine Innovation Program is to strengthen the innovation ability in order to increase profit and competitiveness in the Nordic marine sector. 15 projects receives funding through the Program.
  • 31/01/2012 NORDIC CCS Competence Centre

    The main objective of NORDICCS is to boost the deployment of CCS in the Nordic countries by creating a durable network of excellence integrating R&D capacities and relevant industry .
  • 08/03/2012 Nordic Lighthouse Projects

    The Nordic Cooperation Programme for Innovation and Business Policy 2014-2017 identified five new so-called lighthouse projects that has been approved by the Nordic Ministers of Trade and Industry. The lighthous projects are now finished.
  • 03/05/2011 Nordic Innovation Representations Programme goes global

    The challenge of globalisation includes a change towards more open, networked and international ways of organising production and innovation processes. Nordic companies and knowledge producers need input from innovation processes external to themselves in order to compete in a global economy.
  • 06/04/2011 Business model innovation in tourism and experience industries

    With the programme Business Model Innovation in Tourism and Experience Industries (BMI Tourism and Experience), Nordic Innovation and the OECD initiate a joint cooperation programme.
  • 16/03/2011 CCS in the Nordic Countries in a renewable/climate neutral future (2050)

    The study is done under the Nordic Top-level Research Initiative and it evaluates the energy picture with more renewable energy in the Nordic region and the role of CCS.
  • 16/03/2011 Potential for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the Nordic region

    The study is done under the Nordic Top-level Research Initiative and it gives an overview of the potential for applying CCS in the Nordic countries.
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