Micro-project ITinA targeted to enhance a new brand: Industrial tourism in the Arctic, based on the rich heritage of the Arctic regions, through building an international network and enhancing the development of the new innovative tourism services. The focus was on small and medium enterprises at partners’ implementation region in Finland, Sweden and Russia.
It requires understanding and international cooperation to profiling the new industrial tourism destinations. ITinA project intended to develop the industrial tourism conception in the Arctic and apply its potential capacity.
The partner network selected a number of industrial themes to be developed that bring the regions identity, history and industry expertise to the area. Specific emphasis was given to support structures, associations and businesses in the fields of circular economy, responsible industry, cultural heritage and food industry.
Lead partner: Lapland University of Applied Sciences Ltd
Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov (Arkhangelsk, Russia)
Kazakov Consulting (Nordland, Norway)
Type of the project: Micro Projects