Here you will find business tools that Nordic Innovation has co-funded or developed over the years. The tools are meant for businesses and organizations to use in different aspects of their work.
The Nordic Ethical AI Landscape showcases Nordic companies specialized in ethical AI and responsible use of data. The landscape addresses the question of how Nordic businesses can best position themselves at the forefront of legislative, technical and ethical developments in order to become leading in the AI & Data field.
The Nordic Sustainability Reporting Standard is a sustainability reporting standard with the smaller companies in mind, but comparable with established international standards.
The standard consists of 11 steps with 64 reporting requirements and has been piloted with Nordic SMEs.
The first edition of the standard is developed by the national accounting organizations in Norway (Regnskap Norge), Sweden (Srf konsulterna) and Finland (TAL) with co-funding from Nordic Innovation.
The standard is avilable for free.
Do you want to drive circular change for your business? This playbook and supporting tools will provide you with in-depth understanding on how to achieve circular advantage for your company and business.
What do we want the cities of 2050 to look like in terms of mobility? What can be done to bring us closer to the future we want? Nordic Innovation is introducing the Nordic Urban Mobility 2050 Futures Game to engage stakeholders in a discussion on mobility in future Nordic cities. The game can be downloaded and printed for free.
The CIRCit workbooks contain tools and guides for businesses and organizations that want to transition towards a circular economy.
The workbooks are divided in six focus areas, which present different approaches to circular economy transition.
The toolbox is designed for Nordic SMEs who want to increase their presence in growth markets in collaboration with local partners. The tools consist of templates you bring to meetings with your partner.
In this handbook from 2017, we present information on the Nordic startup and investor environment and guide you through the most relevant regulatory and tax issues primarily faced by angel investors - this includes a benchmark with London, regarded as the leading European startup hub.