As a cluster practitioner, how do you go about developing practical innovation in your cluster? This is one of the questions that many cluster managers ask.
Quercus Group together with Oxford Research have organized an International Cluster Course geared towards helping cluster managers to answer the above question and many more. The course targets cluster managers and facilitators, and is tailored to improve how cluster practitioners drive their clusters to be internationally competitive. The course will provide the participants with practical tools for developing innovative and sustainable clusters, as well as an opportunity to network and share ideas with fellow cluster colleagues. The course is based on Quercus Group’s and Oxford Research’s specialized knowledge and experience from years of working with clusters, thus making it practical and concrete.
The course will be held on 3rd to 4th November 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark and will be facilitated by Nicolai Sederberg Rottbøll, Dr. Kim Møller and Jakob Stoumann.
For more information, see the invitation and programme here, or contact Nicolai Sederberg Rottbøll on email@example.com.
In recent years, clusters have been widely recognized as a catalyst for job creation, accelerated innovation, branding, SME growth and internationalization. Quercus Group offers workshops and consultancy services throughout the entire cluster development process, from vision &strategy development, mapping the opportunities to financing a cluster. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.