European Aerospace Cluster Partnership

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European Cluster Alliance
PRO INNO Europe: INNO-Nets
Europe Innova
ZukunftsAgentur Brandenburg (ZAB)

Welcome to our Site

In order to successfully compete on a global level, it has become crucial for Europe to actively further its innovative potential and to collaborate among regions and industry clusters.

The European Aerospace Cluster Partnership (EACP) provides a permanent platform for mutual exchange, policy learning, and cooperation to achieve high-level performance among European aerospace clusters. It focuses on the exchange of experiences both concerning cluster policy and the search for effective solutions to the various challenges faced by the European aerospace cluster partners.

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The project „EACP networking hub“ is supported by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

EACP networking hub

The EACP networking hub gives the European aerospace clusters a permanent platform for information exchange, policy studies and mutual cooperation. These support the various clusters constituents and strengthen the sense of European community.

Exchange of experiences to develop knowledge

By developing the relationship between the project participants they can systematically compare their practices by exchanging and analysing case studies. Through this process, they will establish a knowledge base of best practices. This knowledge can be used to improve each cluster’s quality, efficiency, innovation, and business performance. Simultaneously, the implementation of best practice concepts ensures the sustainability of the clusters and the overall industry.

Common goals and an action plan

The EACP networking hub develops a strategy paper to strengthen Europe’s position in the world of aerospace market. This paper will analyse the current market situation and establish common goals followed by the development a common action plan.

Members

The EACP currently has 34 members from 13 European countries. [more]

Events

07.11.15 7th EC Aerodays

London, United Kingdom. October, 20-23, 2015.