Team Finland in The Netherlands
The Team Finland network promotes Finland and its interests abroad: the internationalization of Finnish enterprises, investments in Finland, and the country brand. The Team Finland operating model brings together the key actors and services in these fields.
The core of the network consists of the publicly funded organizations operating in these fields, such as the ministries, Finland’s network of diplomatic missions, Business Finland, national culture and science institutes, Finnvera, Finnfund, and the regional internationalization services, built upon the ELY Centres.
The Team Finland network will help your enterprise become more international, grow, and succeed in the global market. For more information on services to companies seeking internationalization, see Team Finland websiteLink to another website.(Opens New Window).
Contact person for Team Finland in The Netherlands
Contact person in The Hague:
Petra Wullings, Trade Advisor
Team Finland partners in the Benelux
Objectives of the Team Finland network in The Netherlands
The objective of the network is to increase the activity of Finnish companies in The Netherlands. This applies particularly to energy, information technology, circular economy, transportation and environmental technology sectors. The network also aims at promoting investments in Finland by The Netherlands.
The network strives to actively anticipate trends and new opportunities profiting Finnish companies. It is devoted to strengthening research, development and innovation cooperation between the countries.
Team Finland reinforces the positive image of Finland in The Netherlands, for instance by highlighting concrete examples of Finnish success stories. Finnish culture plays an important role in promoting the image of Finland. Information about Finland will be distributed through website and Facebook as well as with the help of different brochures and publications.
Establishing a Team Finland network opens up new opportunities for the companies. The network connects better the different Finnish actors of the area and is thus a central tool in distribution and collection of information.
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