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Invitation for the Clusters Meet Region in Barcelona01.12.2022
The European Cluster Collaboration Platform, in collaboration with the Agència per a la Competitivitat del'Empresa (ACCIÓ) and the European Commission, will jointly organise the "Clusters meet Regions" workshop in Catalonia. The event will take place on 14 and 15 December in Barcelona, Spain, followed by the celebration of the 30th anniversary of cluster policy in Catalonia on 16 December.
Invitation for the Agri-food matchmaking event29.11.2022
Agri-food matchmaking on accelerating resource efficiency, renewable energy and scaling up of circular fertiliser solutions. Organised by the ECCP on the 5th of December 2022 online.
AUTOKLASTR successes in 202225.11.2022
In 2022, Autoklastr is actively developing towards new directions in the field of digitalization and green transformation and is succeeding in fulfilling its strategy.
The Zlin Creative cluster and its activities in 202225.11.2022
The Zlin Creative cluster, in collaboration with the Regional Gallery of Fine Arts in Zlín, created a project focused on the Zlin industrial design phonemes - 100 years of Zlin design alias 100 ZD.
Launching of Czech-Slovak CISO Club24.11.2022
CEDEG is launching the new Czech-Slovak CISO/CSO Club - a platform for cybersecurity directors and cyber safety managers of large companies and organisations meetings.
Invitation for EU Cluster Talks, 30th November 202223.11.2022
According to the FAO, agri-food systems consume about 30% of the world’s energy, and a third of agri-food systems' emissions of greenhouse gases stem from energy use. Russia military aggression on Ukraine and the impact of such geopolitical tensions on the energy prices heavily impacting the EU agri-food value chain makes the shift towards renewable energy even more urgent in this industrial ecosystem. The uptake of resource efficiency technologies by agri-food SMEs will be crucial to support their competitiveness and to enable the sustainability transition of the agri-food ecosystem.