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Our Partners

Our partners include leading global and regional organizations
Etelä-Karjalan Osuuspankki: Etelä-Karjalan Osuuspankki is an independent member cooperative bank in OP-Pohjola Group, which is Finland's largest financial services group. Group member cooperative banks are independent, local deposit banks engaged in retail banking. There are more than 200 member banks operating throughout Finland.
Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (TEKES): Tekes is the most important publicly funded expert organisation for financing research, development and innovation in Finland. Tekes works with the top innovative companies and research units in Finland. Every year, Tekes finances some 1,500 business research and development projects, and almost 600 public research projects at universities, research institutes and polytechnics.
Finnish-Russian Innovation Centre: The Finnish-Russian Innovation Centre provides a medium for European and Russian companies and organizations to exchange ideas on innovation & commercialization activities. The Centre stimulates cooperation in R & D among its wide customer base of private and public entities: entrepreneurships, corporations, organizations, research institutions, universities, innovation centres and technology parks. The Centre supports the companies looking for the right networks, partners and venture capitalists to commercialize their innovations at any stage of development.
Forest Industry Future competence cluster: Forest Industry Future competence cluster is one of the 13 competence clusters in the national Centre of Expertise Programme in Finland. Its goal is to promote the development of the industry and especially to support the business and growth of the small and medium-sized firms in the field.
Imatran Seudun Kehitysyhtiö: Imatran Seudun Kehitysyhtiö Ltd is a regional development organization which offers business services, tourism services and rural services in Imatra-Ruokolahti-Rautjärvi region in Finland.
Lappeenranta Innovation: Lappeenranta Innovation Ltd is a non-profit company that aims at promoting new businesses in the converging areas utilizing in its activities the traditional strengths of Southeast Finland: expertise in forest industry and metal clusters, electrical engineering, energy, know-how on Russian business, economics as well as in information and communication technology. It also supports SME’s to raise their know-how, networking and internationalisation capabilities.
Etelä-Karjalan Yrittäjät: Etelä-Karjalan Yrittäjät (South Karelia Business Federation) is a regional organization whose mission is to improve the entrepreneurial and business operations in South Karelia. Etelä-Karjalan Yrittäjät is a member of the Federation of Finnish Enterprises.
St. Petersburg State University for Finance and Economics: Since its foundation in 1930, St.Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance (FINEC) has managed to become one of the largest education and scientific centre in Russia. The university offers the whole range of courses on economics. At present the university enrols about 13.000 students, who are given instruction in 11 faculties and 40 departments.
Stora Enso: Stora Enso is a global paper, packaging and forest products company producing newsprint and book paper, magazine paper, fine paper, consumer board, industrial packaging and wood products. Stora Enso’s sales totalled EUR 8.9 billion in 2009. The Group has some 27 000 employees in more than 35 countries worldwide .
Terästorni: Terästorni Oy is a specialised workshop located at Lappeenranta, Finland. Its main products are complete project wide deliveries of tanks, digesters and vertical assemblies for mainly paper and pulp industry all over the world.
UPM-Kymmene: UPM is one of the world's leading forest industry groups. UPM consists of three Business Groups: Energy and Pulp, Paper, and Engineered Materials. UPM has production facilities in 15 countries and it employs some 23,000 people worldwide. Sales in 2009 were EUR 7.7 billion.
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