A catalogue of services produced by the Finnish Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) has been published online. The catalogue contains services offered by the hubs to improve business operations, production processes, products and services and to promote digitalisation. Some of the services are free of charge, while others are subject to a fee.
“EDIHs are funded by the European Union and in Finland also by Business Finland with a common goal: to help companies and public sector organisations respond to digital challenges and become more competitive. EDIHs are on a mission to improve the digital capacity of the whole European Union”, tells Henrik Honkanen, the Finnish EDIH representative and Project Coordinator of HealthHub Finland.
There are many services and a large network of service providers, and it is not always easy to find the right service online. A service catalogue can make this task easier. It allows start-ups, SMEs and public administrations from all EU Member States to browse the services available. When you find a service that suits your needs, contact the EDIH. Contact details can be found in the service description.
You can also contact any of the EDIHs directly for assistance in implementing the services. Finland’s four Innovation Hubs work closely together to ensure that your company receives the right range of services. We share a common goal: to help businesses and public sector organisations meet digital challenges and improve their competitiveness.
The Finnish EDIHs are part of a network of more than 150 European Innovation Hubs. EDIH customers can access the services of both the Finnish EDIHs and the European network.
If you can’t find the service you are looking for in our catalogue or if you want to know more about the services we offer, please contact us using this form.
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The EDIH initiative is co-funded by the European Union and Business Finland.
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