ClusterXchange supports short-term exchanges to better connect Europe’s industrial ecosystems. It aims to facilitate transnational cooperation, peer learning, networking and innovation uptake between actors member of a cluster within a similar or from different industrial ecosystems. It is implemented with the support of clusters that have teamed up in Partnerships.
Exchanges can be used to:
Participants (visitors and hosts) of a transnational exchange can be representatives of cluster organisations and similar business network organisations, scaling-up support organisations (such as tech centres, research institutes, (digital) innovation hubs, fab labs, creative hubs, resource efficiency service providers, incubators, accelerators) and SMEs that are cluster members from countries participating in the COSME programme.