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CluStrat is a project built to implement the pre-defined project concept "Boosting innovation through new cluster concepts in support of emerging issues and cross-sectoral themes".

Project co-funded by the European Union funds (ERDF, IPA)

The project is funded by the operational program: 304000 - Interreg V-A Slovak Republic - Czech Republic 2014-2020
197.990 €

The project enables establishment of strategic partnerships and preparation of advanced courses in a lifelong education for enterprises and clusters with innovation potential in the fields of machinery and automotive engineering.

The project was focused on the gender mainstreaming in clusters in the Moravian–Silesian Region. The main goal was to support the equality of gender in all innovation spheres and boost the innovation potential of clusters by means of gender perspective application with experiences and the best practise from Norway.

2713796,5 €

The project is co-financed by the Interreg Danube program under the European Regional Development Fund.

This project is co-financed by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE program under the European Regional Development Fund.

The project is co-funded by the European Union from the programme Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE. KETGATE opens access to the small and medium-sized companies to use Key Enabling Technologies –KETs) in order to increase product innovation across multiply industrial sectors throughout Europe. „KETs“ include photonics, mikro and nano-electronics, nanotechnologies, advanced materials, industrial biotechnologies and advanced production technologies. All of these fields are closely interconnected; therefore demand excessive amount of knowledge, experience and expertise.

Project is co-funded by the European Union as a part of the Interreg V-A Czech Republic- Poland Programme.
149.734,6 €

The project addresses insufficient collaboration between the stakeholders from Poland and the Czech Republic active in the areas of green economy, healthy tourism, sustainable development, social economics (such as municipalities, enterprises, schools, universities non-profit organisations).

The intention of the project is to strengthen the economic development of the Czech Republic and the Republic of Serbia by using new business cooperation models and specialisations on the cluster basis.

Clusters are powerful engines of economic development and drivers of innovation in the EU. It is a challenge for the V4 to address the cluster issue by this pilot project enabling its integration in a broader V4 agenda.

Clusters have been recognised as a proven tool for economic development and the important delivery bodies for SMEs.