The Government granted Business Finland one million euros in the supplementary budget of June to support the acquisition of new customers in the manufacturing industry. The money will be channeled through five specific entities.
As a result of the corona pandemic, new orders from manufacturing companies have started to decline and delivery times have lengthened. The measures, which are now being launched, will support the manufacturing industry by building joint offering, identifying new markets and customer groups, and implementing targeted export promotion activities in 2020–2021.
"The goal is to help secure the operating capacity of companies and industrial jobs in Finland. Strong export-oriented measures aim for fast results," says Kaisa Hernberg, Program Director.
The measures are:
The activities will include, for example, webinars and workshops, studies and surveys, consulting assignments, and the preparation of communication and marketing materials.
The measures have been planned in co-operation with the industries.
Puh. 040 562 3242
kaisa.hernberg (at) businessfinland.fi
Maritime: Ulla Lainio
Puh. 040 343 3357
ulla.lainio (at) businessfinland.fi
Industrial production: Toni Mattila
Puh. 040 500 9909
toni.mattila (at) businessfinland.fi
Bio-based solutions: Marika Ollaranta
Puh. 050 4804611
marika.ollaranta (at) businessfinland.fi
Battery industry: Ilkka Homanen
Puh. 044 577 4430
ilkka.homanen (at) businessfinland.fi
Health technology: Hanna Rantala
Puh. 050 5577 797
hanna.rantala (at) businessfinland.fi
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