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The IHMEC project creates and exports joint indoor hygiene solution of Central Baltic area SME’s into Middle East construction markets using indoor hygiene (IH) as a competitive edge. The project brings together relevant clusters from Finland, Sweden and Estonia into a meta-cluster which aims to enter into the Middle East construction market with new and tailor-made IH solutions.
The project is a joint cooperation venture of:
Uppsala University, Sweden | Turku School of Economics, Pori Unit (lead partner), Finland | Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland | Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden | Tartu Business Advisory Service, Tartu, Estonia| Estonian Woodhouse Association, Estonia | Finnish Federation of Hospital Engineering (associated partner)
This is done with 2 200 000 euros from the European Regional Development Fund.
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