South Baltic Professionals Project

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Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH

Schweriner Str. 10/11
D-18069 Rostock

+49 381 37719-18

Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH

First supraregional job portal for the South Baltic Region is online!

20 December 2013 – South Baltic Professionals started today the supraregional online job portal “South Baltic Professionals Portal” (in short SB Portal). Job seekers can now find in only one portal job offers from six South Baltic Regions: Guldborgsund (DK), Klaipeda (LT), Kaliningrad (RU), Kalmar (SE), Rostock (DE), Tricity (PL), Vorpommern (DE) and West Pomerania (PL). Beside permanent and temporary job offers, visitors of the website can inform themselves about the respective regions: possible leisure activities or requirements to be met are explained objectively and clearly. Hence, cultural and administrative obstacles can be overcome, so that the motivation to apply for a job in the South Baltic Region will rise.

A specially designed job portal for the whole South Baltic Region can tackle the structural problems of the area. All eight regions are characterized by high growth potential; however there exist a lack of qualified labour force in order to optimise the use. As a consequence, the portal makes a major contribution as it supports supraregional mobility. The aim is to strengthen the economy of all participating regions and to improve the exchange of knowledge. This in turn is the basis for new ideas and innovations within the South Baltic Region.

The portal can be retrieved using the following link:

About the South Baltic Professionals project

Nine partners from Poland, Lithuania and Germany and 14 associated organisations from six South Baltic countries (Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and Russia) are involved in the project. Lead Partner is Rostock Business and Technology Development mbH. The South Baltic Professionals project is financed by the South Baltic Programme (EU-INTERREG IV A). By means of several activities, the project aims to strengthen the economic competitiveness of the whole South Baltic Areas and to foster the labour force mobility. South Baltic Professionals started in January 2012 and will end in December of the upcoming year.

More information about the project can be found under the following link:


For more information about the South Baltic Professionals Portal, please contact:
Andreas Fieber – Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH
Schweriner Str. 10/11 D-18069 Rostock
Phone: +49 381 37719-18

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