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Business Finland offers EUR 6,000 grant for startups and SMES for developing and commercialising business ideas.
We help you with the funding application. If you get it, we build a prototype and to test it with your end-users. You get the funding and validation of your idea in a neat package.
Innovation voucher can be used by SME that has new product or service idea that has potential in international markets which requires outsourced know-how.
We make it easy for you and help you with applying & reporting
None! Innovation Voucher is 100% grant. You don't need to pay it back and it does not dilute your equity.
Contact us! We are here for you. Lets talk through your idea and take it from there!
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Don't hesitate to contact us, we are entrepreneur friendly. We at Mesensei are committed to your idea validation and applying for funding for FREE. If you don't get the funding, you don't need to pay any expenses.
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Bringing the community together and helping the association to comply with data protection and privacy requirements.
Mesensei was selected among the top 3 finalists in a competition to invent new smartphone applications for public safety users, such as police and rescue personnel.
Creating a Support App for Breastfeeding and a More Inclusive Visual Identity for the Finnish Association for Breastfeeding support.
Dare to Learn mobile app connects the event goers with speakers and other event participants and make the participants of the event visible for each other.
Mesensei partnered up with Tapiola in KYKY co-creation program organised by City of Espoo. Our community design team has been co-creating with the school school staff, students, and alumni a concept for a modern digitally structured mentoring program.
Mesensei attended EU LEDGER bootcamp in Sicily. Our team was driven to village of Giampilieri, which was devastated by mudslides in 2009. In the village we learned what happened and we got a challenge to design a concept which can save lives in the future.