Tartu Science Park » Projects


Tartu Science Park is currently involved in the following international projects:

Baltic Game Industry - the project aims towards boosting the game industry in the Baltic Sea region, increasing the capacity for innovation and transferring the game industry in the region into a global player with worldwide competitiveness.

B-Idea - The overall objective of the project is to facilitate entrepreneurial spirit of Estonia-Latvia talents (new SMEs) by sustainable, results based and cross-border approach.

BalticSatApps project aims at speeding up the market uptake of Earth observation (EO) satellite data in the Baltic Sea Region by utilising societal challenges and needs, and the developer community as innovation drivers.

EmpInno - the partnerhsip is addressing the issues of effective public money spending to more effectively foster innovation and growth, better utilisation of the regional smart specialisation strategies (RIS3) by innovation intermediaries and bringing them closer to the business and optimal support for SMEs and innovation actors to become more innovative and competitive.

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.

ICHE - the project wishes to realize food sector potential by effectively promoting in 7 European regions where food has been identified as a key sector to apply existing research and innovation strengths.

Sparkling Startups (SPARKS) project's primary goal is to encourage and promote establishment of new joint or cooperating startup companies between Estonia and South-West Finland.