The main goal of the INTERREG RESTART BALTIC SEA REGION Cooperation Program is to build an institutional and innovative business in order to run a business. ReStart building activities are aimed at. There you can find the best places to work in the region.

The Interreg program in the years 2014-2020 supports cooperation projects in the fields of: innovation, effective management of natural resources and sustainable transport. The most money was allocated to priority 1 (Potential for innovation) and 2 (Effective management of natural resources). This program also supports the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. The program is managed by the Investment Bank of Schleswig-Holstein (Germany), the Joint Secretariat is located in Rostock and Riga.

The overall objective of the INTERREG RESTART Baltic Sea Region program is to strengthen integrated territorial development and to co-operate for more innovative, more accessible and sustainable development of the Baltic Sea region. The program promotes transnational cooperation and integration through projects. The program uses opportunities and solves problems that require a joint reaction of partners from several countries of the Baltic Sea region.

A further goal is to inform the public about the results of program implementation and to ensure well-functioning internal communication, enabling effective implementation of the Program.

In order to achieve the set communication goals, the basis of strategy will be the composition of various activities and instruments. Thanks to this, it will be possible to reach a wide spectrum of target groups through various information channels and information methods, to ensure the necessary transparency at all levels.

Project budget: EUR 1.6 million

Lead partner: Lower Silesian Intermediate Body, Poland

Project partners:

  • Design School Kolding – Denmark,
  • Harju County Enterpreneuship and Development Consultancy – Estonia,
  • Vilnius Geadiminas Technical University – Lithuania
  • Latvian Technological Center Foundation – Latvia
  • Ministry of Economics of Republic of Latvia – Latvia