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  • 26.11.2013 Presenting the new Nordic Cooperation Program for Innovation and Business Policy

    The new Nordic Cooperation Program for Innovation and Business Policy will focus on Nordic synergies within the areas of entrepreneurship and finance, digital solutions, cultural and creative industries and welfare solutions. In addition, the existing program Nordic Built will continue.
  • 15.11.2013 Towards a more collaborative Nordic health sector

    Increased dialogue between procurers and suppliers in the Nordic health sector was in focus at the first Medtech Nordic Procurement Conference, which gathered more than 100 public and private actors from across the Nordic region in Oslo on 13 November.
  • 08.11.2013 Nordic energy solutions serving as inspiration in Japan

    Nordic Green Japan 2013 served as a forum for exchanging experiences, success stories and challenges between energy experts in the Nordic region and Japan.
  • 01.11.2013 Showcasing Nordic start-ups in the US

    Seven Nordic start-up companies and one Estonian, mainly within internet and media, have been selected to present their concepts to American venture capitalists in New York and Boston.
  • 30.10.2013 The pioneering world of algae

    More than 80 experts, industry representatives and opportunists gathered in Grenaa, Denmark, to share knowledge and seek for new inspiration at the final conference in the Nordic Algae Network.
  • 18.10.2013 Swedish Minister for Enterprise: Stepping up a gear in Nordic Built

    When the Swedish Minister for Enterprise, Annie Lööf, announced the final winner of the Nordic Built Challenge, she praised the strong commitment of the Nordic construction industry.
  • 16.10.2013 Ellebo Garden Room - winner of the Nordic Built Challenge

    The first prize in the Nordic Built Challenge goes to the Danish project Ellebo Garden Room that points to new ways towards more climate-friendly construction.
  • 16.10.2013 3 cities - 3 events

    In October and November it is possible to participate in debates and discussions on the Nordic Built-initiative in 3 Nordic cities: Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen.
  • 10.09.2013 These are the five winners of the Nordic Built Challenge

    Solar chimneys, ice storage, recycled materials, green balconies and solutions to how affordable housings can be refurbished in a way that is both sustainable and scalable – without major rent increases and rehousing of the residents. These are some of the suggestions from the winning proposals to the Nordic Built Challenge.
  • 04.09.2013 Identifying potential areas for cooperation within health and welfare

    In the end of August the Nordic Council of Ministers’ program for new and innovative welfare solutions in the Nordic region, Sustainable Nordic Welfare, was launched in Copenhagen. Nordic Innovation was there to present our project Innovation in the Health Sector through Public Procurement and Regulation.
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