Tartu Science Park is currently involved in the following international projects:
BALTIC ICT The overall objective of the project is to fostering the economic development in cooperating regions by better communication between the business and government by using modern ICT technologies
BENCH is a project launched to support SMEs (max 250 employees) in target regions to better use existing knowledge and established contacts with China for the potential business development in China.
BORDWIIS+ overall objective is to provide European Regions with the necessary know-how that enables them to initiate and carry out a smart specialization process concerning the most relevant domains of ICT-based innovation.
Enterprise Europe Network is the world's largest information network offering support and advice to businesses across Europe and helping them make the most of the opportunities in the European Union. The services are specifically designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but are also available to all businesses, research centres and Universities across Europe. The network provides: information on EU legislation, help finding a business partner, support from innovation networks in your region and/or information on funding opportunities.
GRISI PLUS aims at improving the effectiveness and enriching economic development policies in rural areas by increasing the use of geographical information and geomatics tools (Information Society approaches and practices) to give decision-support tools to public key players and policymakers.
InnoFun improves regional policies concerning innovation funding in order to achieve the ultimate goal of reducing the (communication) gap between innovation and finance/market/people.