Nordic Hub India – Connecting bold Nordic startups with vast opportunities in India.

We’re a non-profit member organization that includes countries such as Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland – and now, India with the aim of bridging the gap between Nordic start-ups and IT businesses in India. In Goa, we have a key stakeholder in Nordic Intent that helps us to make all this a reality.

  • We strive to help Nordic start-ups connect with Indian IT companies that offer soft-landing services.These include linking them with the right government departments that can assist them with legal issues as well as utilising the local companies’ HR and Accounts departments. Through our successful incubator programs Make IT in India and India Market Entry we have succeeded in helping a number of Nordic IT start-ups set up successfully in the country.


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