Cluster Policy Makers and practitioners are invited on 11 December in Bucharest to debate on the ways bio-based clusters can be used in the development of future smart specialisation approaches.
As bio-economy has been identified as one of the main opportunities to foster competitiveness in the Danube Region, the Danubiovalnet project has taken on the challenge to develop cross-cluster partnerships which will boost eco-innovation by developing regional bio-based value chains. Eco-construction, bio-plastics and phytopharma have been identified as most promising ones. However, there is a need of integrating different experiences from the partner countries into a Joint Bio-Based Industry Cluster Policy Strategy.
The Forum aims to set up a policy platform where regional cluster policy makers meet and follow-up the implementation of the strategy.
Project DanuBioValNet is co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA).