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Israel–Finland Pilot Program Call for Proposals

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Israel–Finland Pilot Program Call for Proposals

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Participating Agencies

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Helsinki Business Hub

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Israel Innovation Authority

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Embassy of Finland, Tel Aviv


Finland and Israel are both leading innovative economies that have put technology and innovation at the core of their economy. This pilot program is a milestone bringing the Finnish and Israeli ecosystems together. The program is led by the Israel Innovation Authority and Helsinki Business Hub and will provide funding and free-of-charge matching services for Israeli and Finnish capital region-based (here after: “Greater Helsinki-based”) companies that would like to find a partner in the respective country to pilot their solutions.

The program will focus especially on (but not limited to) digital health, smart mobility and information & communication technologies.

Applicants are expected to develop ready-to-market solutions for products, technology based services or methods, which have strong market potential. The call is open to Israeli and Greater Helsinki-based companies for the purpose of: co-developing, testing or piloting impactful technologies, products, services and/or devices; improving an existing process and/or applying new process in particular technological areas.

The projects should always include one Israeli and one Finnish partner

Relevant Technologies

Digital Health, Smart Mobility, ICT

Program Description

Finnish and Israeli companies are invited to submit applications for projects focusing on developing innovative products and applications or pilot technologies.

Funding and free-of-charge matching services for Finnish and Israeli startups that would like to find a partner in the respective country to pilot their solutions is available.


The expected project results will have to contribute to the development of commercial products, applications and/or technology-based services. The project proposals have to comply with the following guidelines:

  • The partners should include at least one Israeli and one Greater Helsinki-based partner. One of them has to be a commercial company.
  • Participation of research institutes/universitites is welcome as additional participants or subcontractors according to each country’s funding regulations.
  • The project should have an obvious advantage and added value resulting from the cooperation between the participants from the two countries (e.g. increased knowledge base, commercial leads, access to R&D infrastructure, piloting of new technologies, new fields of application, etc.)


Funding and free-of charge matching services for Finnish and Israeli startups that would like to find a partner in the respective market is available.

For more information and application, please visit the pilot program’s webpage!

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