News for Baltics

Katrin Männik

9th April 2014

Dr Katrin Männik is the senior consultant of the Tallinn office of Technopolis Group. Katrin began working with Technopolis Group as a consultant at the beginning of 2006 in our Brighton practice. She launched the Technopolis office in the Baltic region in 2006. She has over 15 years of experience in research and consultancy on…

Katre Eljas-Taal

9th April 2014

Katre joined Technopolis Group on 2 May 2011 as a consultant and is now the Assistant Director of our Baltic office. She has 13 years of experience in managing foreign public funds in Estonia. She is experienced in strategic planning and programme management. She has been involved in building-up the Structural Funds management system in Estonia…

Jelena Angelis

9th April 2014

Dr Jelena Angelis joined Technopolis Group as a consultant in February 2011. She is a qualified economist and experienced in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship. During her career, she has provided advice and assistance to the European Commission, government departments and ministries, regional development, economic and enterprise development agencies (in the UK and wider…

Jari Romanainen

9th April 2014

Dr Jari Romanainen joined Technopolis Group Estonia as a part-time Policy Adviser in 2014. Jari has over 30 years of experience in R&D and innovation, and more than 25 years of experience in research and innovation policy design, implementation, governance, evaluation and monitoring. He began working as a researcher at Kemira Ltd in 1984. After…

Elina Griniece

9th April 2014

Elina Griniece has six years of experience working in the area of research and innovation policy and new policy approaches for tacking systemic innovation challenges. Her research interests include governance of sociotechnical transitions, novel impact assessment methods of RDI policies and technology assessment. In the last years Elina has contributed to a number of large…

Alasdair Reid

9th April 2014

Alasdair Reid joined Technopolis Group in February 2004 and is the director responsible for the Brussels (created 2004) and Baltic (created 2006) offices. He was general manager, from 2005-14, of the ERAWATCH Network (a not-for-profit organisation) of 70 organisations from over 40 European, industrialised and emerging nations. Alasdair has an unparalleled record of advising governments…

Baltics

21st October 2013

Tallinn

The Baltic office opened in August 2006, a natural progression for Technopolis, as it had been working for agencies, which develop and implement policy in the Baltic region since the late 1990s.   The Baltic office has specialised in performing research and advising the public sector in the fields of R&D and innovation, and entrepreneurship but…