Mielno supports the investors who wish to create new, unique and all-year-round tourist products, attracting tourists throughout the year. Each of this type of projects is treated individually and can count on some support of the municipality of Mielno. It may include adjustment of the planning documents, adaptation of public infrastructure, recommending projects to other institutions, assistance in obtaining project partners, help in finding additional sources of funding, cooperation in promotion, etc.
Ustka Town is open to investments and startups in tourism, SPA , retail and services sectors.
There is a Generator of Entrepreneurship in Ustka. In the area of the municipality there is also a subzone of the Special Economic Zone managed by the Pomeranian Regional Development Agency in Słupsk. One of the most important tools used by the agency is the Słupsk Special Economic Zone which covers the area of 910 hectares. Today the zone represents not only the industry, but primarily supports the formation of a modern economy, based on innovative technologies.
Kaunas welcomes investments and startups in various sectors, focusing on ICT, medical technologies, MRO cluster related to Kaunas air-port infrastructure ( aircraft painting, line maintenance, base maintenance, aircraft modifications, engine repair, landing gear repair, aircraft disassembly, parts supply), automotive industry.
Kaunas has the largest Free Economic Zone in Lithuania of 534 ha, where special conditions are available for new companies for a term of 99 years. New emerging sectors in Kaunas are medical tourism and game development.
The city of Luleå is open to investments and startups in all fields. The companies in Luleå are looking for new markets/partners in the Baltic Sea region.
Luleå Business & Economic Development is the mutual organization for the local business community, Luleå Municipality and Luleå University of Technology. In 1997, on the initiative of the local business community, Luleå Business & Economic Development (Luleå Näringsliv AB) was founded. The local business community owns 51 percent and Luleå Municipality 49 percent of the company.
Bergen auf Rügen is open for new ways not only in the fields of tourism but in crafts and service, and especially people to people projects.
There are companies in the city that have sub-companies especially in the Baltic Sea Region.
Hiiumaa Municipality is open to investments and startups in renewable energy, tourism (SPA), organic and eco sectors. There are also several office buildings that need renovation and investments to offer office space to exchange workers from main land or abroad.
The plastic sector companies are looking for new markets (ie Biobag). There is a local export adviser Ilmi Aksli in Foundation Tuuru (email@example.com).
The city of Espoo is an innovation hub. Its startup and growth companies are naturally open to investments.
Espoo tech companies are already doing business or co-development with Estonians. The cooperation with Latvia and Lithuania is currently much less active and that could be boosted and improved.