Networking gives you support and business benefits
Networking helps with many challenges you may encounter with your business or cooperation. Humanpolis works on supporting all cooperation networks in Muhos, Vaala and Utajärvi.
Companies bring their core competencies into the network and get others’ know-how and services in return. Networks bring their members resilience, speed and business advantages.
We work on all crucial networking themes, such as interaction, cooperation that benefits all parties, and learning. Networking is always based on trust.
The networking community in the River Oulujoki Valley region consists of local business organisations, lower and upper secondary schools, vocational schools, University of Oulu, The Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment (ELY Centre), Business Finland/Oulu, and pension insurance companies.
Rokua Geopark entrepreneurship and joint tourism marketing
The Rokua Geopark organization and local companies join forces in joint marketing in order to increase the visibility of our unique region and local services. The objective of our joint marketing is to strengthen the Rokua Geopark brand, increase the awareness about our geopark and companies, and increse the demand of the services of our companies.
We offer four different kinds of joint marketing partnerships for companies and associations working in the Rokua Geopark area. The partnerships include for example visibility in our various channels, possibility to sell services in our online shop, and taking part in different marketing campaigns. Partners take part in planning, budgeting and executing the joint marketing tasks.
Take a look and apply for the Rokua Geopark entrepreneurship and joint marketing partnership (document in Finnish)
In case you need more information about our joint marketing, please contact:
Mari Saastamoinen, project manager
email@example.com / +358 40 152 6520
Geofood – a sign of local food in the Geopark areas
Rokua Geopark companies that sell or produce food can apply for the right to use the international Geofood label, which indicates that the food has primarily been grown and produced in a unique UNESCO Global Geopark area.