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BSR Go-abroad

– Global Growth Made Simple

  • Have you identified the key market metrics for choosing the right export market for your business?
  • Are you looking for (new) regional suppliers, international customers or partners?

The BSR Go-abroad programme helps smaller businesses in the Baltic Sea Region engage in international activities. This includes anything from initial regional market expansion, transfer of knowledge as well as securing strong local value chains.

What can BSR Go-abroad offer me?

Lead partner: Erhvervshus Sjælland

Project partners: Business Lolland-Falster, Drivhuset Göteborg, Gdansk Entrepreneurship Foundation (Inkubator Starter), Technikzentrum Lübeck, Startup Incubator Tehnopol, Novia University of Applied Science og Charge AS.

The project runs from november 2023 to october 2026.

The project BSR Go-abroad develops a blueprint for micro SMEs to help them expand business offers and enter new markets across the Baltic Sea region in order to keep their businesses thriving regardless of any disruptions to come.

Read more about the project here

Checklist before your apply

Are you a micro SME?
Companies with less than 10 employees, can participate in the BSR Go-abroad internationalisation programme. (Mid-sized companies with no more than 250 employees can also in some cases apply for the programme).
Remember – participating companies must be officially registered entities.

Are you within our programme area?
You can participate if your company is within the Baltic Sea Region across Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Poland, and Germany etc. See the countries in the Baltic Sea Region.

Do you want to explore new international opportunities in the BSR?
We are looking for companies who are curious about exploring new business opportunities in the Baltic Sea Region: New customers, new suppliers, new expertise, new partnerships, innovation, funding etc.

Are you committed?
We’re seeking passionate companies dedicated to expanding their business offers and exploring new markets across the Baltic Sea Region to strengthen their company and becoming more resilient to local and global changes.

Contact us to hear more

The project is co-funded by the European Union.