Business Finland is launching new Data Economy program

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The goal of the program is to encourage Finnish companies, especially SMEs, to develop international business based on the utilization and sharing of data. The program will continue until the end of 2027 and has a budget of up to 135 million euros to put towards its goal of accelerating development projects that challenge the data economy. 

The goal of the program is to get Finnish companies to understand the added value and importance of data sharing, initiate change within companies, build global data economy ecosystems in Finland, and accelerate new exports created with the help of data economy solutions. 

The Data Economy program will be presented at the Digital Native Finland and the Green Transition event in Tampere on 27.03. The event is free of charge and registration is currently open. AIKA’s own expert Dan Still will also be presenting on the possibilities created by the LUMI supercomputer for companies. 


Check more about the Data Economy program here

Read more and register for the event here