During the first day, project partners from all over Europe, namely Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia (FI), Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (FI), Pannon Business Network Association (HU), Ministry of Gozo (MT), ID2Santé, Innovation and Development of the Health Sector in Bretagne (FR) and Valdecilla Biomedical Research Institute (ES), all presented their regions, organizations and especially the linkage with the topic of health technology. Project partners continued with good discussions about the content of the project and the ways to achieve set targets. Especially the exchange of experience process was discussed. Partnership will start by compiling a state of the art in eHealth report from all partner regions. Second day included communication and dissemination issues as well as management, coordination and financial issues.

Deputy Regional Mayor of South Ostrobothnia, Antti Saartenoja, highlighted during his welcome speech that a good project is where there is a lot of talking to each other and where the difficult things can be discussed as well. Project Manager Sanna Inkeri was pleased with the project kick off event as all partners contributed and there was good common understanding and will to work together.