ATTN ATTN: Activities in regions – tips for applicants and tips for communicating projects
The broad field of EU project activities are presented both on social media channels and on the rakennerahastot.fi website during weeks 44–47. You can read more about each week on the rakennerahastot.fi home page, on each region’s home page and on social media.
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Tips for applicants – week 44
During week 44, financing and payment experts from Western Finland blog tips on writing a good project application. The content of blog posts addresses issues such as the preparation of the project plan and the connection between project plan and cost estimate. The funding authorities of Western Finland are responsible for the publications of the week: Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia, Regional Council of Central Finland, Regional Council of Pirkanmaa, Regional Council of Ostroboth-nia, Regional Council of Satakunta and Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Central Finland.
Results of project activities and JTF funding information – week 45
Project results from Northern Finland are published in the investments in regional development (sijoituksia aluekehittämiseen) publication series during week 45. Project actors from Northern Finland will be informed about THE possibilities of JTF funding (JTF = Just transition Fund). The publications are the responsibility of the ELY Centre for North Ostrobothnia and regional councils.
Business financing – week 46
During week 46, the theme of social media communications is business funding through the eyes of the customer, customer counselling and financier. The funding authorities of Eastern Finland are responsible for the publications of the week: South Savo Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, Regional Council of North Savo, Regional Council of South Savo and Regional Council of North Karelia.
How to communicate projects – week 47
The theme for Southern Finland is project communications. Why should projects be communicated, how and to whom? The implementers of the projects also have certain communications-related obligations, some of which have changed since the previous programming period. During the theme week, we will also present tips on how to use social media in the project’s communications. The funding authorities of Southern Finland are responsible for the publications of the week: the Regional Council of South Karelia, the ELY Centre of Häme and the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council.