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Aéro Montréal

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General Information
The date when the cluster organisation was established: 
Monday, 4 January, 2010
Number of staff in the management team of the cluster organisation : 
11-20
Regions: 
Other
Cluster Excellence Label: 
Gold Label
Membership to other networks/partnerships: 
Cluster Management Team: 
NameSurnamePositionTelephoneEmail
Benoit
Suzanne
Cluster Manager
514-987-9331
suzanne.benoit@aeromontreal.ca
Lafleur
Martin
Internationalisation Responsible
514-987-9333
martin.lafleur@aeromontreal.ca
Lalaizon
Cédrick
Project Manager
514-987-9392
cedrick.lalaizon@aeromontreal.ca
Daigle
Pierrette
Other
514-987-9332
pierrette.daigle@aeromontreal.ca
Languages spoken: 
English
French
Sectoral and Industrial Focus
Sectoral Industries: 
Aerospace Vehicles and Defense
Technology fields: 
Aeronautical technology / Avionics
Aircraft
Composition of the cluster
Total number of members: 
201
Number of SME members: 
177
Number of larger company members: 
14
Number of research organisations/universities/technology centres: 
10
Entrepreneurship and scale-up support facilities in the cluster's ecosystem (see "Organisation type"): 
Name and link of major players: 
NameWebsiteType
Bombardier
Larger Company
CAE
Larger Company
Prat&Whitney Canada
Larger Company
Bell Helicopter
Larger Company
CRSNG
Research Organisation
Cluster Strategy
Mission/Objectives: 

Created in 2006, Aero Montreal is a strategic think tank that groups all the major decision makers in Quebec's aerospace sector, including companies, educational and research institutions, associations and unions.

Aero Montreal's mission is to mobilize Québec's aerospace cluster to support its growth and its influence on the global stage. Its vision is to become the worldwide reference in aerospace. Therefore, Aero Montréal is based on the following values: excellence, commitment, collaboration, integrity, agility and daring.

 

Over the years, Aéro Montréal adopted a strategic action plan that includes the creation of working groups. These working groups are dedicated to six areas of intervention, namely supply chain development, branding and promotion, innovation, human resources, defense and national security and commercialization and market development.

Do you have a formalised strategy?: 
No
Do you have a specific strategy focus that addresses internationalisation ?: 
No
Services
Support services provided: 
Access to the European Internal market
Access to public support (regional/national programmes, innovation vouchers, etc.)
Access to private funding (connecting to investors, seed-capital, venture-capital, crowd-funding, etc.)
Promotion of activities (marketing/ visibility)
Cooperation Activities
International Cooperation
The main countries targeted by the cluster organisation: 
Brazil
China
Mexico
Morocco
United States
Our cluster organisation undertook the following international activities to support our members: 
Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs
Trans-national Cooperation
The main countries targeted by the cluster organisation: 
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
United Kingdom
Our cluster organisation undertook the following trans-national activities to support our members: 
Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs
Which clusters do you collaborate with?: 
Hamburg Aviation
FÉMIA
Skywin
Pole Pégase
PNAA
Aviation Valley
Aerospace Valley
AIAD
Ohio Aerospace Institute
NorthWest Aerospace Alliance
Apulian Aerospace District
Aerospace & Defense Research Collaboratory - Arizona
Aerospace Cluster in Rhone Alpes
Aerospace Initiative Saxony - ASIS
Hegan
Helice
bavAIRia
Support Programmes
Participation in Funded Support Programmes: