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Next Series of EU Clusters Talks

EU Clusters Talks is a new ECCP service that will become an invaluable asset for the community. Broadcast live on the ECCP website and social media (topic dependent), EU Clusters Talks will keep you up-to-date with the latest industrial policies and clusters’ involvement, provide insights into interesting projects and best practices, give you the latest ECCP news, and alert you to funding opportunities. Most importantly, it will act as a space to exchange knowledge and discuss topics significant to the EU business community.

EU Clusters Talks will feature breaking news in the cluster world, facilitate panel discussions, and offer opportunities to ask questions and actively participate in the discussion. The format of EU Clusters Talks ensures that you as a participant can be active, or simply follow the broadcast on the ECCP platform.


  1. Bio-based products: the key to climate neutrality? – 7 September 2022
  2. Dual use technologies – 21 September 2022
  3. Outcomes of the European Cluster Conference – 5 October 2022
  4. Ukraine and business integration into the EU Single Market – 19 October 2022

More info on the EU Clusters Talks.


ECCP – Call for Expression of Interest – Clusters meet Regions

European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) is launching a Call for Expression of Interest to select the location, date and “co-host” organisation to run each of these important events.

This is an open call with 4 cut-off dates. The first deadline for submitting your application is 29 July 2022, at 18.00 CEST.

This call for applications is addressed to any clusters stakeholder who is either actively participating in, or interested in, the economic development of their region, as well as to national and/or regional authorities wishing to support the role of clusters in their territories.

At the Clusters Meet Regions events, national and regional clusters and policymakers come together to share experiences, secure new partnerships and to learn from one another how we can all make better use of clusters to:
• strengthen our industrial ecosystems,
• address disruptions in our supply chains,
• drive the green and digital transition, and
• build resilience in our regions.

For more info click here.



Initiative of the European Commission – survey, C2Lab

Do you have a great idea to solve current challenges in our European supply chains?

Tell the European Commission about it! The best proposals will be carefully studied by their policy makers. Fill out the survey.

Do you want to work on that idea with others?

Then welcome to the C2Lab! They help you in finding the right companies and clusters as project partners and offer you an interactive workshop to develop together the roadmap to make your joint project happen. The European Cluster Collaboration Platform, a collaborative hub of the European Commission, is organising this first Cluster Collaboration Lab, also known as C2Lab, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on 22 and 23 June 2022.

Companies, clusters, financial providers, actors from the civil society, and other interested entities will have the possibility to meet new potential partners, team up within or across regions or countries, and develop together a roadmap for their next projects. It is a great opportunity to shape project ideas, find the partners you need, and determine how to finance your new projects.
Express your interest until 13 June and register on the link.

How does the C2Lab work?

The C2Lab is a co-creation space. It is an interactive workshop to develop project roadmaps with other participants in the lab, who could be from other regions, countries, or sectors. Based on your interests, the C2Lab team will create working groups that would like to tackle similar challenges. During the lab, an expert moderation team will guide the working groups and support with the definition of next steps to put your ideas into practice. The project roadmaps developed at the C2Lab should define solutions to the most critical disruptions in European supply chains, e.g. issues related to logistics, energy, raw materials and metals, wood, agri-food, construction, electronics, medical supplies, or skills.