Greenline Western Balkans Cluster Foundation

Greenline Western Balkans Cluster Foundation (GLWBCF) currently consists of 10 very strong and experienced companies and individual founders working in the area of education and research, local and regional development, technology development, marketing of renewable, business matchmaking, market development, as well as industrial partners and local partners from the public utilities as end users for the implementation of pilot projects, commercial projects and projects for the development of new technologies. GLWBCF works with a network of more than 200 private and public customers, municipalities, big companies, small and medium enterprises, public institutions, local and regional organisations in the Western Balkans countries. GLWBCF claims to be the only regional network specialized in bio-economy in the Western Balkans.

Network focus is on:

  • Enhancement of markets and competitiveness,
  • Reinforced policy interaction and stakeholder engagement,
  • Investments in research, innovation and skills,
  • Increased levels of expertise, a better understanding of the supply chain and enables companies to learn from each other and to cooperate with each other,
  • The ability of companies to combine complementary strengths and to arrange affairs of large scale for which the individual would not be able to compete in an open competition,
  • Potential for large-scale production that can be realized through the specialized production in each of the companies, through joint procurement of raw materials with large discounts or through joint marketing,
  • Strengthening social and other informal links, leading to the creation of new ideas and new companies,
  • Improved information flow within the cluster, allow funders to recognize good entrepreneurs and business people to find good suppliers of services.

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Country
Croatia
Geographical focus
  • WBC
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • General

Entry created by Admin WBC-RTI.info on August 31, 2018
Modified on November 14, 2018