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Scale-ups in the Nordics – Statistical Portrait 2008-2016

'Scale-ups in the Nordics – Statistical Portrait 2008-2016' has been carried out by the Nordic national statistical institutes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
  • 29/08/2013 One Stop Shop

    The overall project objective was to facilitate market penetration (volume market) of housing renovations for single family houses of very high energy standard while providing superior comfort and sustainability to occupants.
  • 21/08/2013 Enzycoat II

    This project investigated the usage of oxygen scavenging enzymes in coating formulations that can be applied onto paper, paperboard or plastic films by ordinary coating and printing units existing in the industry.
  • 12/08/2013 NVWN – the Nordic Virtual Worlds Network

    Opportunities and challenges that the emerging 3D immersive Internet and virtual worlds pose for entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • 06/08/2013 Clinical Research and Innovation

    Clinical trials have had a firm position in the Nordic countries. This has encouraged innovation and has been important for the quality and the improvement of the clinical services offered to patients. Industry-sponsored clinical trials have also been a valuable source for funding of research, and have had a role in developing a well-functioning research infrastructure contributing to the overall research environment at the hospitals.
  • 06/03/2013 Nordic DSC

    On the whole, the Nordic Innovation funded project NORDIC DSC was a success in terms of reaching the tangible objectives of the project. Final results proved a viable commercial future.
  • 29/01/2013 Entrepreneurship education in the Nordic countries – strategy implementation and good practices

    The report aims at presenting the current status of implementing entrepreneurship education strategy in Nordic countries, as well as bringing up a range of good projects and practices for discussion of Nordic collaboration.
  • 22/01/2013 Nordic Growth Entrepreneurship Review 2012

    In recent years, the Nordic countries have improved the framework conditions for entrepreneurship and thereby continued the development that has taken place over the last decades. In important areas, the framework conditions for entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries are as strong as those in the best-performing countries.
  • 09/01/2013 Innovation Communities: Trust, mutual learning and action

    This report describes and places in context the emergent phenomenon of Innovation Communities (InnoComms).
  • 06/12/2012 Measured and Managed Innovation 2010-2012 - Final report

    Nordic Innovation’s results from programme for Measured and Managed Innovation (MMI) shows how 70 Nordic companies from Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland work with business model innovation over a period of time from 2010-2012.
  • 04/12/2012 Nordic-European Public Investor Initiative: Experience sharing and joint advice on EU policy

    This report has a dual content. Firstly, it describes joint policy advice presented by the Nordic-European Public Investor Initiative members to the EU Commission regarding structural fund regulations for the 2014-2020 programming period. Secondly, the report includes brief descriptions of existing programmes and models used in the different European countries in which the member organisations are based.
  • 09/11/2012 Successful Sustainable Renovation Business for Single-Family Houses (SuccessFamilies)

    There is both a need and a significant business potential for one-stop-shop business models where an overall contractor offers full-service renovation packages including consulting, independent energy audit, renovation work, independent quality control and commissioning, and financing. The renovation market for single-family houses could be in the order of hundreds of million Euros per year in each Nordic country.
  • 05/11/2012 Green Business Model Innovation: Empirical and literature studies

    This compendium includes five different parts encompassing different assessment methodologies (both qualitative and quantitative) of green business cases in the Nordic region, but also around the world.
  • 31/10/2012 Short Guide to Green Business Model Innovation

    This guide consists of two main parts, where the first part is a step to step guide to serve as inspiration on how to get started with green business model innovation. The steps are based on best practice from the interviews conducted with the companies that took part in this study. The second part of this guide is a selection of specific tools used by some of the case companies.
  • 30/10/2012 Green Business Model Innovation - Policy report

    This report focuses on identifying policy initiatives that contribute to promoting the use of green business model innovation and the direct effects that policy has on enabling companies to implement it.
  • 30/10/2012 Grænsehindringer i Norden (Cross border trade in the Nordics)

    Report about cross border trad in the Nordics. (This report is only available in Danish)
  • 18/10/2012 Green Business Model Innovation - Conceptualization report

    In the light of the today’s societal challenges regarding resource scarcity and environmental degradation level, it is essential for both companies and policy makers to understand the changes that need to be addressed within business structures and value chains in order to approach green growth.
  • 16/10/2012 Green Business Model Innovation - Business case study compendium

    41 companies have been interviewed and business case studies written. Their business models contain in one way or another elements of green business model innovation. This business case study compendium is a compilation of all the business case studies complied during the project.
  • 10/10/2012 Survey of green legislation and standards in the construction area in the Nordic countries

    The objective of the survey materialised in this report is to identify and describe areas of green building that may be suitable for Nordic co-ordination.
  • 09/10/2012 Green Business Model Innovation: Conceptualisation, Next Practice and Policy

    Green Business Model Innovation is when a business changes part(s) of its business model and thereby captures economic value as well as reduces the ecological footprint in a life-cycle perspective.
  • 05/09/2012 Nordic Young Health: Possibilities and barriers for new, healthy concepts in the fast food sector

    A major public health threat in Nordic societies are the increasing rates of overweight. The fast food sector is an important arena to study in order to open up for changes in this trend especially among children and the young.
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