Finnpartnership

Finnpartnership is a business partnership programme financed by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and operated by Finnfund. Finnpartnership offers financial support and advisory services for Finnish companies and other organisations planning commercially viable projects in developing countries.

Finnpartnership’s services aim to increase commercial co-operation between companies in Finland and those in developing countries, to promote imports from developing countries, to stimulate their economic growth, to diversify their production and export structures and otherwise foster their development.

Business Partnership Support and new partners

Business Partnership Support is available for conducting feasibility studies, identifying business partners, training employees of the partner, providing expert services for capacity building, and importing from a developing country. Support can also be granted for vocational education and training and support for local education, and piloting and demonstrating technology and solutions.

Finnpartnership’s Matchmaking service helps companies in developing countries in their search for Finnish business partners.

www.finnpartnership.fi


”Even Africa now has emerging markets and growing interest in Finnish know-how. Finnpartnership promotes business that serves both local and Finnish companies.”

- Siv Ahlberg, Programme Director