Good Communication Awards 2020 – winners are selected

As an annual tradition launched in 2018, the South-East Finland – Russia CBC 2014-2020 Programme has awarded its funded projects in recognition of their contributions in terms of good communication. Awards symbolize transparent and fluent cooperation between the partners, the positive approach towards the Cross-Border Cooperation between Finland, Russia and the European Union, and the visibility and notability the projects provide for their own sectors, the Programme and its financiers. In 2020, special attention in selecting the winners were given to the consistency and adaptation to carry on with the funded action plans in the circumstances broadly effected by the Covid-19 virus pandemic.

Traditionally the awards have been handed in our Annual Events, but due to next one postponed to 2021, we build on-line visibility on our web-site and social media channels. All partner of the winning projects will receive a Good Communication Award 2020 certificate. 


This year, we congratulate following projects and partners 

Project website: https://ecoagras.ru/en  

Lead Partner: Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution IEEP from Russia 
Partners: Natural Resources Institute from Finland, Leningrad Region Government, Committee for Agroindustry and Fishery Complex from Russia and Administration of Priozerskij District from Russia 


Project website: http://startupconnect.info/  

Lead Partner: Kotka-Hamina Regional Development Company, Cursor Ltd from Finland 
Partners: South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences from Finland, Saint Petersburg Foundation for SME Development from Russia and Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics from Russia 


Project website: http://en.greenintertraffic.ru/ 

Lead Partner: Saint Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry from Russia 
Partners: Saint Petersburg University from Russia, Transport Intergration Ltd from Russia, Institute of Radar Meteorology Ltd from Russia, Finnish Meteorological Institute from Finland and LUT-University from Finland