Business Finland organizes high-level delegation visits to target countries for Finnish companies in cooperation with other Team Finland partners.
of the visits
Team Finland visits can make a valuable contribution to your company's internationalisation, sales, or product development process. Led by Finnish government ministers and senior officials, the visits open doors to high-level meetings, direct contacts with target country ministries, and public procurement officials as well as creating networking opportunities with significant business contacts that may be difficult for individual companies to reach.
The visits also offer good opportunities for media visibility, such as signing contracts in the presence of ministers. They also often deal with topical business issues like trade barriers, providing useful insights when entering new markets.
Team Finland visits are intended for Finnish companies of all sizes that are planning to enter or are already operating in the international markets. Finnish companies or their subsidiaries that are established in the destination country are also eligible. The company must have a Finnish business ID.
Due to the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and official guidelines of the Finnish government, all Team Finland visits abroad as well as other delegation activities and delegation visits to Finland are postponed until further notice or are executed virtually. Please find the list of upcoming activities below.
For more information please contact Ms. Maria Westerholm (visit coordination, virtual visits, delegations from Finland) and Ms. Hanna-Leena Harma (visits to Finland).
Senior Director, Delegations
maria.westerholm (at) businessfinland.fi
Manager, Inbound Delegations
hanna-leena.harma (at) businessfinland.fi
Business Finland, member of the Team Finland Network is providing services for international business delegations visiting Finland. The purpose of such visits is to promote and explore areas of mutual benefit and collaboration, share knowledge, and form new business partnerships.
Visiting delegations often consist of heads of states, government ministers, senior administrators and authorities, members of academia, and representatives of private companies. The focus of the provided program in Finland is on B2B interactions between foreign and Finnish companies as well as hosting seminars, workshops and company visits.
By participating in the program with the foreign business delegates, Finnish companies gain first-hand knowledge about the needs, possibilities and areas of synergy that the cooperation could offer in the future. Establishing contacts and networking with foreign guests from different parts of the world in Finland is saving time and money, and is an ideal way to test how the offering compares to the competition in the marketplace. During the past years, Business Finland has hosted annually around 40 incoming delegations.
|September||Thailand||hanna-leena.harma(at)businessfinland.fi||Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL)|
|October||Brazil||annika.lipsanen-brito(at)businessfinland.fi||Innovation and education, circular economy and bioeconomy, Industry 4.0, startups and open innovation|