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The BalticSupply project has created better business opportunities for the many Small and Medium Sized enterprises (SMEs) located in the Baltic Sea Region. 16 partners from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden have together supported the internationalization of SMEs from December 2009 to December 2012. The BalticSupply project has focused on the European supply markets and on setting up supporting structures for Baltic SMEs in order to give them better access to interregional supply markets in the North-Eastern Europe. The project has set up virtual SME supply clusters that have helped SMEs to navigate through the procurement process from larger Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), such as private companies, public authorities and institutions. A comprehensive supply and tender infrastructure for the maritime industry, the food and health industry, and the industry for energy and public infrastructure in the supply clusters has been developed as part of the project.

This webpage has been an important part of the project but as of December 2012 it will no longer be updated. It is now replaced by the European Business Support see www.eubizz.net

http://balticsupply.eu/Publications/EBSN/tabid/1288/Default.aspx

The BalticSupply project has created better business opportunities for the many Small and Medium Sized enterprises (SMEs) located in the Baltic Sea Region. 16 partners from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden have together supported the internationalization of SMEs from December 2009 to December 2012. The BalticSupply project has focused on the European supply markets and on setting up supporting structures for Baltic SMEs in order to give them better access to interregional supply markets in the North-Eastern Europe. The project has set up virtual SME supply clusters that have helped SMEs to navigate through the procurement process from larger Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), such as private companies, public authorities and institutions. A comprehensive supply and tender infrastructure for the maritime industry, the food and health industry, and the industry for energy and public infrastructure in the supply clusters has been developed as part of the project.

This webpage has been an important part of the project but as of December 2012 it will no longer be updated. It is now replaced by the European Business Support see www.eubizz.net

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- Improve your company's competitive advantage

The BalticSupply project has created better business opportunities for the many Small and Medium Sized enterprises (SMEs) located in the Baltic Sea Region. 16 partners from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden have together supported the internationalization of SMEs from December 2009 to December 2012. This webpage has been an important part of the project but as of December 2012 it will no longer be updated.

The BalticSupply project has focused on the European supply markets and on setting up supporting structures for Baltic SMEs in order to give them better access to interregional supply markets in the North-Eastern Europe. The project has set up virtual SME supply clusters that have helped SMEs to navigate through the procurement process from larger Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), such as private companies, public authorities and institutions. A comprehensive supply and tender infrastructure for the maritime industry, the food and health industry, and the industry for energy and public infrastructure in the supply clusters has been developed as part of the project.

- Improve your company's competitive advantage

The BalticSupply project has created better business opportunities for the many Small and Medium Sized enterprises (SMEs) located in the Baltic Sea Region. 16 partners from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden have together supported the internationalization of SMEs from December 2009 to December 2012. This webpage has been an important part of the project but as of December 2012 it will no longer be updated.

The BalticSupply project has focused on the European supply markets and on setting up supporting structures for Baltic SMEs in order to give them better access to interregional supply markets in the North-Eastern Europe. The project has set up virtual SME supply clusters that have helped SMEs to navigate through the procurement process from larger Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), such as private companies, public authorities and institutions. A comprehensive supply and tender infrastructure for the maritime industry, the food and health industry, and the industry for energy and public infrastructure in the supply clusters has been developed as part of the project.

Baltic Supply Final Conference

The final conference of the BalticSupply project was held in connection together with the international conference "Small Business - Big Support" in Bremen in the middle of November 2012. This was the perfect setting for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that commits the partners to keep the European Business Support Network alive in the years to come. Read more


The final conference of the BalticSupply project was held in connection together with the international conference "Small Business - Big Support" in Bremen in the middle of November 2012. This was the perfect setting for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that commits the partners to keep the European Business Support Network alive in the years to come. Read more


Joint Policy Recommendations

How can small and medium-sized businesses in the North and Baltic Sea Regions be strengthened? Find out by reading the Joint Policy Recommendations from the Policy Representatives of the BalticSupply and NorthSeaSupplyConnect projects here.

How can small and medium-sized businesses in the North and Baltic Sea Regions be strengthened? Find out by reading the Joint Policy Recommendations from the Policy Representatives of the BalticSupply and NorthSeaSupplyConnect projects here.

Partner project

BalticSupply cooperates closely with the North Sea Supply Connect project covering the same topic in the North Sea  Region.
www.northseasupplyconnect.eu 

 

 

 

 

BalticSupply cooperates closely with the North Sea Supply Connect project covering the same topic in the North Sea  Region.
www.northseasupplyconnect.eu 

 

 

 

 
 

Maritime Industry

The maritime industry plays a profound role in the business surrounding the Baltic Sea.

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Food and Health Industry

The food and health industry in the Baltic Sea plays a vital role for regional business environment.

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Energy and Public Infrastructure

Energy and public infrastructure is a main component of a well developed and functioning Baltic Sea Region.

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Maritime Industry

The maritime industry plays a profound role in the business surrounding the Baltic Sea.

Learn more
 

Food and Health Industry

The food and health industry in the Baltic Sea plays a vital role for regional business environment.

Learn more
 

Energy and Public Infrastructure

Energy and public infrastructure is a main component of a well developed and functioning Baltic Sea Region.

Learn more