The Clusters Meet Regions in Krakow, Poland is just around the corner and EPIX Consortium is proud to announce that will actively contribute to the conference providing insight and sharing knowledge in the MODULE II: Cosmic Kraków – Smart Cities!
In particular, on Monday 11 December 2023, our Polish and Hungarian partners, respectively Irena Łobocka, Klaster Zrównoważona Infrastruktura, and Tamás Gyulai, STEPP Cluster, will analyse the smart city concepts in cluster collaboration on the EPIX project example.
While Marta Krakowiak, ELCA European Lighting Cluster Alliance and Xabier Pérez de Arenaza Salas, Cluster Habic will contribute to the discussion panel on New European Bauhaus and how cultural and creative industries clusters and social innovation initiatives can trigger the multi-level collaboration actions and benefit the European citizen.
The New European Bauhaus is a ground-breaking initiative launched by the European Commission that aspires to merge sustainability, aesthetics, and inclusivity in the development of living spaces. By integrating principles of environmental sustainability and cultural vibrancy, the New European Bauhaus seeks to transform the way we live and build in a more harmonious and sustainable manner.
The Clusters meet Regions is a great opportunity to reinforce the role of clusters and the collaboration with the strategic regional actors and ecosystems and that’s why we would like to thank the organizer European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) on behalf of the European Commission, in collaboration with the Malopolska Regional Development Agency S.A and EURADA – European Association of Development Agencies for inviting us to this high level conference!
Special thanks to Irena Łobocka, Klaster Zrównoważona Infrastruktura for facilitating the collaboration among us!
Looking forward to a great discussion in Krakow!