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Finnpartnership programme promotes business between Finland and developing markets, with a focus on creating positive development impacts in target countries.

Finnpartnership is a business partnership programme financed by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and managed by Finnfund. Its services are free for companies and organisations in Finland and developing markets.

Finnpartnership strives to accelerate development in the Global South through sustainable business. The programme particularly supports the creation of sustainable and responsible jobs.

The purpose of the programme is to share the risks related to launching business activities in developing markets. In practice, Finnpartnership promotes business activities and partnerships with the aim of generating positive development impacts in the target country. Finnpartnership offers Finnish companies and organisations interested in developing markets Business Partnership Support which is a financial grant for launching new business and developing existing operations in the target countries. Additionally, Finnpartnership’s B2B Matchmaking service brings companies from Finland and developing markets together. Finnish organisations can look for new business partners in the B2B Matchmaking database, which contains information of more than 170 companies from developing markets.