The executive director of the Lithuanian Cluster Association, the president of Užupis Creative Cluster, the head of the Information Security Cluster, as well as the founder and head of other clusters Marius Pereščius has been granted international certification and has become a clusters benchmarking expert. On the 3rd March, after intensive training, the European Secretariat for Cluster Analysis (ESCA) located in Germany issued international certifications to cluster experts from Spain, France, Germany, Latvia and Lithuania.
The Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) announces a second call for the submission of an application and invites to apply for the so-called cluster “maturity” consultations. These consultations focus on strengthening clusters that are already active in Lithuania, building their competence in development and growth.
On the 20th of October, Thursday, at the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology, cooperation agreements with 10 most promising Lithuanian clusters on experimental consultancy services, which seek to increase their maturity and internalization, were signed. A tripartite agreement was signed with the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology and the Lithuanian Innovation Centre.
One of the most active food industry and technology clusters in Lithuania “Smart Food” together with colleagues from the Latvian “Food Products Quality Cluster” has started to create a joint alliance in the Baltic countries. They are preparing to participate in various international programs that would pave the way for collaboration with other European clusters and science.
The Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) invites to submit an application for the so-called cluster “maturity” consultations that focus on strengthening clusters that are already active in Lithuania, building their competence in development and growth.
Engineering industry in Europe is the engine of the EU economy, and Lithuanian companies play an important role here. Our industry creates most advanced technologies as well as products and solutions that meet clients’ expectations. Branch engineers solve current and future global issues, such as sustainable energy and climate change, automation, smart cities, laboratory equipment, etc.
On the 2nd August, the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) invites to the seminar “Encouraging Collaboration with Scandinavia”. During the seminar, three measures for Lithuanian clusters will be represented: Description of the participation and financing conditions of the financial instrument “Innovation Express” of the Baltic Sea Region project “BSR Stars” MITA measure for partner search in Scandinavia that supports visits of companies MITA project “Promotion and Development of Innovation Networking (InoLink)” that provides services to clusters.