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The EU-Canada Cluster Matchmaking Event sought to support cluster cooperation for strategic business partnerships taking advantage of the provisions of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) signed between the European Union and Canada in October 2016. The event was supported by the European Commission, Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW), and the Canadian Innovation, Science and Economic Development Ministry. This event was very fruitful for PIMAP Partnership project members and offered great visits into the Canadian innovation ecosystem members and...
Date: 17/09/2019 - 12:55 | PIMAP Partnership
This good practice handbook for SMEs aims at supporting the knowledge exchange among project partners to support cross-sectoral cooperation and internationalisation. This handbook is setting out recommendations for the project partners to provide a framework for their collaboration towards international markets and maximise its impact for SMEs. A series of success factors have been identified to ensure the engagement of each cluster ecosystem to build the foundations for a sustainable partnership. This handbook will be shared and disseminated in each cluster ecosystem to support cross-sectoral cooperation and...
Date: 20/08/2019 - 13:55 | PIMAP Partnership

MobiGoIn-Action Mission to China and Singapore starts on September the 6th with 3 days of full immersion in the Ningbo Ecosystem, followed by 1 full day at Shanghai and then 2 more days in Singapore! Meet the European companies participating to the mission: 2 innovative European companies are currently traveling to China to participate to an Immersion Program organised by the Project Consortium: bwcon, Torino Wireless, Mov'eo and Media Evolution, together with ENRICH CHINA . TruPhysics GmbH offers a collaboration platform to generate workflows and instructions. Creating a structured knowledge of technical processes...
Date: 04/09/2019 - 16:14 | MobiGoIn-Action

India is the selected FoodPackLab territory for potential collaborations with third countries . The starting point was a preliminary analysis by the FoodPackLab consortium that led to 3 preselected territories: South Korea, Turkey and India . In terms of the market size, South Korea was by far the most important territory, its value being 1.5 times higher than the ones in Turkey and India. However, the consortium decided to choose the most promising territory – India , according to several criteria, one of the most important being the information provided by the SMEs from the 5 networks with respect to the targets they...
Date: 28/08/2019 - 14:24 | FoodPackLab
We are happy to officially present the second out of three chosen collaborating partners for FoodPackLab: Pack4Food . As a collaboration platform between industrial stakeholders in food packaging and research institutes with broad expertise in food packaging, Pack4Food fits in perfectly as collaborating partnert in the FoodPackLab project. It was founded in 2005 as a spin off company of the University of Ghent and is based in Flanders (Belgium). Since 2011, Pack4Food became independent as a non-profit organization. Pack4Food is coordinating different research projects in Flanders concerning optimal barrier capacities for...
Date: 28/08/2019 - 14:22 | FoodPackLab
We are happy to officially present one of the three chosen collaborating partners for FoodPackLab: The Danish Knowledge Centre for Food Innovation , called VIFU . Focusing on food, food development and food innovation, VIFU is an ideal collaborating partner for the project. Within this line of business, they help to create growth and development by forming unconventional alliances and combining knowledge from research with experience from the food industry and thereby achieve results that everyone can benefit from. Therefore, FoodPackLab’s cross-sectoral approach between the food, packaging and photonics industry matches...
Date: 28/08/2019 - 14:20 | FoodPackLab
Berlin , Germany’s capital, brings together history and innovation in a special way. Last week, secpho, coordinator of the FoodPackLab project, participated in several inter-cluster meetings , discovering the versatile faces of Berlin and its neighbour region Brandenburg by visiting other clusters from the photonics and food industry, to raise awareness about the FoodPackLab project . secpho’s Berlin-Brandenburg tour started at Adlershof , the largest science and technology park in Germany . Frank Lerch, M anager of the Optics and Photonics Cluster OpTecB B (one...
Date: 22/08/2019 - 09:59 | FoodPackLab

ALLIANCE

For October 2019 the partners of the ALLIANCE project are organizing a mission to the USA East Coast (Washington Dc) to visit the AUSA Tradeshow ( http://ausameetings.org/2019annualmeeting/ ) and to meet cluster organizations and companies active in the Defense & Security and technical textile sector. For joining the mission and to have more information please contact Julie RAFTON-JOLIVET – jrafton@techtera.org
Date: 05/08/2019 - 13:33 | ALLIANCE
The ALLIANCE project gathers in a consortium 7 European clusters from France, Italy and Netherland which covers all the pertinent aspects of the Defence and Security markets. The objective of ALLIANCE is to build conditions for the sustainable internationalization of European SMEs in the defence and security markets through dual use concepts in three target countries: USA, Japan and South Korea. The project aims also to intensify collaboration between European defence and security clusters on advanced materials, notably technical textiles, and connectivity to develop joint strategies in areas of dual use technologies,...
Date: 05/08/2019 - 13:05 | ALLIANCE

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The team of AdPack², formed by representatives of 6 European Clusters as well as SME’s interested to internationalize their business to these target markets, have recently come back from their internationalisation missions to Canada and China. These missions were following the fact-finding mission from last year, during which contacts were established and specific market data was collected. The objectives were to getting to know the different chosen countries, their economy, how do their companies operate, understanding and learning how they innovate and find possible collaborations between the visitor companies and the...
Date: 19/07/2019 - 12:02 | AdPack²

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