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Estonian clusters at the European Cluster Conference in Prague

Czech Ministry for Industry and Trade under the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU and the European Commission organised the 8th edition of the European Cluster Conference on 26 and 27 September 2022 in Prague. The conference brought together cluster policy makers, cluster managers, practitioners and other stakeholders.
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Prague, September 29, 2022 – The 8th edition of the European Cluster Conference took place between 26 - 27 September 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic. The event gathered cluster managers, policymakers, and experts from all over the European Union who discussed the latest trends in cluster policies. Its focus were the challenges concerning reinforcement of the role and added value of clusters in the implementation of the updated EU Industrial Strategy, as well as in other core European initiatives impacting industry.

Estonian Film Cluster to be present at European Film Forum Tallinn

The European Film Forum Tallinn, as the winter season's premier summit for innovation in the European audiovisual industry, returns to the Tallinn Nordic Hotel Forum on Monday, November 22, as part of the programme of Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event. The 2021 edition, "Readiness for Industry Renaissance 2.0" showcases the rising stars and innovators in virtual production, big data and artificial intelligence boosting film and content business in Europe.

Estonian ICT Cluster in Saudi Arabia

Estonian Minister of IT and Entrepreneurship Mr. Andres Sutt from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications for Estonia visited with the business delegation of IT and defence sector companies the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

TransLogistika Kazakhstan 2021

Estonian Logistics and Transit Association in cooperation with EAS organised the national stand for transport and logistics exhibition TransLogistica Kazakshtan 2021. The international exhibition is held at Almaty from 13th to 15th of October.

Connected Health Cluster makes innovation in mental health accessible to all

The pandemic still making the rounds all over the world has brought further attention to mental health issues. Unfortunately, we are seeing more and more young people struggling with mental health. At the same time, we have to remember that the world’s population is ageing and there is more and more talk of depression and other mental health issues taking a toll on the elderly.