From 1st September 2022, 30 Euroclusters have been launched to implement the EU Industrial Strategy. Euroclusters are cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary and trans-European strategic initiatives of industry clusters and other economic actors such as research organisations, companies, etc.

€42 million from the Single Market Programme have been allocated to this first wave of Euroclusters, composed of 171 partners, covering 23 different countries (22 EU Member States) and all 14 industrial ecosystems.

20 Euroclusters work on concrete initiatives in specific industrial ecosystems while 10 Euroclusters work across several industrial ecosystems.

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In conversation with Yuan Chai of the B-resilient Euroclusters project

The Euroclusters partnerships are intended to launch a new network of cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary and trans-European strategic initiatives aimed at strengthening Europe’s resilience by connecting actors across countries, sectors and industrial ecosystems. To this end, they will be running...

IKAT Tourism Call for SMEs in Europe - Financial support for services

The First Call of the IKAT Eurocluster aims to provide solutions that address and are in alignment with the priorities of the European Strategy for more Growth and Jobs in Coastal and Maritime Tourism, as well as to recover pre-pandemic Gross Domestic Product (GDP), contributing to re-establishing...

B-Resilient: Building the biomass resilience of food producing and processing SMEs through green and digitalised value chains

The B-Resilient Euroclusters Project has set an ambitious package of support actions to empower food processing SMEs to become more resilient by means of an optimum use of biomass, and with appropriate digital solutions. The project will focus on maximising the usage of available feedstock and its...

SocialTech4EU Call for Social Enterprises in Europe - Financial support for training

UPDATE: Due to problems with the platform hosting the online form, which are beyond the SocialTech4EU project’s control, the deadline of the Call for Social Enterprises for financial support for training has been extended to Friday 21 April, 12:00 noon CEST. Please also note that a new link must be...