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Polish Construction Cluster
Polski Klaster Budowlany

Poland: Podlaskie
Adam Krajewski
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Overview

About us

Providing systematic support to institutions and entrepreneurs operating in the field of construction services by establishing solid grounds for cooperation, creating an innovative network of connections based on the transfer of knowledge, technology and innovative solutions between the members of the Cluster, business environment institutions, research and development entities, research institutions and local governments in order to elaborate a strong competitive position in the field of construction services of the Eastern Poland region, particularly Podlachian, Warmian-Masurian and Lublin Voivodeships.

The main goal will be reached by achieving a number of minor targets:

  1. Establishing links between entities of Eastern Poland Region through the creation of the Eastern Construction Cluster,
  2. Development of the Eastern Construction Cluster through development of a comprehensive strategy operations and achievement of goals provided in the strategy of operations (1st cluster development strategy)
  3. Development of the Eastern Construction Cluster through development of a comprehensive marketing strategy and achievement of goals provided in the strategy of operations (1st  marketing strategy)
  4. Improvement of performance and increase of innovativeness of cluster affiliates by performing cyclical analytical studies and utilising their results (establishing cooperation between science and economy),
  5. Increase of competitiveness of cluster affiliates by incorporating new innovative services and products,
  6. Promotion of the Cluster and the idea of clustering in Eastern Poland by promotional activities (a periodical publication, promotion with the use of the website, promotional materials, information leaflets, fairs, trade missions, conferences, seminars),
  7. Development of the Eastern Construction Cluster by admitting new members representing business environment institutions from any of the Eastern Poland Region Voivodeships and establishing cooperation with other cooperation networks in the country.
Established - 30 March 2012
Staff in the management team - 6-10

Cluster composition

  • 321
    Cluster Members
  • 279
    SME's
  • 29
    Large Companies
  • 13
    Research Organisations, Universities, Technology Centers
Legal form of the cluster organisation
Registered Association
Languages spoken
English Polish
Link to the team description on the cluster organisation website

Management team

Tomasz Kozłowski
Cluster Manager
Adam Krajewski
Internationalisation Responsible
Marta Kondrusik
Other

Sectorial and industrial focus

Sectoral industries
Construction:F41 Construction of buildings
Sectoral Industries (NACE 4 digit)
Manufacture of furniture:C3102 Manufacture of kitchen furniture
Cross-sectoral industries
Digital Industries
Industrial Alliances and Ecosystems
Alliances:Low carbon industries
Technology fields
F\: Mechanical engineering; lighting; heating; weapons; blasting:Heating; ranges; ventilating
S3 EU priority areas
Digital transformation:Cleaner environment & efficient energy networks and low energy computing

Key members

Services

Support services provided

Development of human resources, such as staff mobility, access to training
Other (please specify)

Further information

Beside typically organisational matters, i.e. establishing Cluster’s office and handling administrative matters, these are also actions aimed at:

  1. Promoting the Cluster and its members;
  2. Organising conferences, seminars, trade missions, exhibitions, fairs;
  3. Performing science researches and preparing applications for co-financing from European Funds, public funds and from outside sources, for development, science, promotion and training projects;
  4. Creating a platform for exchange of information between members of the Cluster assisting in promotion of the region, entrepreneurs and their services;
  5. Promoting broadly defined cooperation between Cluster affiliates in the scope of their services and products;
  6. Establishing  and developing contacts with other clusters, institutions and organisations outside of Cluster’s field of operation to provide their employees access to most recent achievements of knowledge and technology;
  7. Participation in public consultation and delegating representatives to advisory bodies operating at administrative bodies and institutions;
  8. Planning and coordinating joint projects of the Cluster, providing opinions and recommendations for projects and enterprises realised by Cluster affiliates.
  9. Publishing activity in the scope of publishing specialised information and advertisement materials.

Support training services for cluster managers/policy makers

Support of knowledge sharing

Upskilling and reskilling expertise

Internationalisation

Cooperation activities

International cooperation

Targeted countries

Singapore
United Arab Emirates
United States
United Kingdom

Transnational cooperation

Targeted countries

France
Germany
Romania
Sweden

Transnational support activites

Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs

International support activites

Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs

Upcoming events

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