Asia Clean project is soon reaching its first pilots with help from Nordic House
Jari Niemi and Linda Niemi – Nordic House Malaysia co-founders
Last week was a great pleasure to host guests Jari and Linda Niemi from Nordic House who came to Science and Business Park Tehnopol as part of the project Asia Clean. Purpose of the trip was to meet with 6 companies who qualified to participate in the project.
Based on the meetings, Nordic House prepares a personal entry strategy for each company into the Malaysian market and uses its international contacts to create meetings with potential partners.
The next phase of the project is a meeting with local Malaysian companies in Kuala Lumpur and hopefully the first pilots will soon be working together. 10 companies in total are participating in the project, 6 of them are from Estonia. The Asia-Clean project in Malaysia is led by Tehnopol with great team members Ragmar Saksing, Green Technology Manager, and Kristiina Libe, Green Technology Project Manager.
Nordic House is a Business Consulting and Incoming Office located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the gateway to ASEAN. They provide clients with market entry support, market research and intelligence, business development and coaching as well as corporate services and co-working spaces in Kuala Lumpur, all with a hands-on and case-by-case approach.
Science and Business Park Tehnopol is more than happy to have the Nordic House as one of our partners in Asia Clean project.
Asia-Clean project is funded by Interreg Central Baltic and its aim is to support the expansion / cooperation opportunities of Estonian and Finnish green technology SMEs in Malaysia and Northeast China. The project partners are Science and Business Park Tehnopol, Turku Science Park and Green Net Finland. The project will run from April 1, 2019 to December 30, 2021.