Quercus Group and Russian stakeholders talked about the value of international collaborations in cluster development.
On Monday, 18th of April, Danish and Russian stakeholders met to talk about cluster development and the internalisation of cleantech solutions in the region. On behalf of Quercus Group, Nicolai Sederberg Rottbøll, talked about the impact of cluster development and inter-cluster collaborations: “It was encouraging to see the huge interest of the delegation in getting together various stakeholders and advance international collaborations with Nordic and Baltic countries”.
The event was held in the House of Green, a place that functions as a hub for Danish cleantech organisations and solutions. The Russian delegation was comprised of 15 participants from St. Petersburg Cleantech Cluster, government representatives, and universities from St. Petersburg, Arkhangelsk and Kaliningrad. Besides promoting international collaborations, another reason of their visit was to find out more about how public institutions and companies work together, and how Danish clusters create value. Their visit is the first step in the framework of a project co-financed by the Nordisk Ministerråd.
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