Vojvodina ICT Cluster

Acronym
Vojvodina ICT Cluster
Description

Vojvodina ICT Cluster provides a single point of contact with the best ICT companies in Serbia. The cluster gathers companies from the sector with the total workforce of 1,500 experienced IT professionals. The association enjoys strong support in the community, with five institutions from the areas of education, regional development and public service being honorary members.

Founded through a bottom-up initiative in 2010, this cluster is the strongest in its field in Serbia today, with member companies who have numerous references among globally recognizable clients.

The Vojvodina ICT Cluster is a recognized partner in the development and application of new ICT products and services with high profit potential and an important partner in the development of individuals, companies and regional businesses. The mission of Vojvodina ICT Cluster includes coordination of our and our partners’ efforts toward a strong positive influence on social and business environment. To our members, the cluster serves as a platform for cooperation and provides a portfolio of services, such as building capacities and competitiveness of its members through training and education at the Cluster Academy, building links with the education system, creation of new business opportunities, access to new markets, lobbying activities etc. The cluster also has an important role in building tighter bonds in the triple helix Business – Education – Government.

Contact

Address: Trg Dositeja Obradovica 6, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia

Contact Person

MilanSolaja, CEO

Phone: +381 63 644 033

E-mail: milan.solaja@vojvodinaictcluster.org

Type
  • Cluster/Incubator/Innovation Infrastructure
Country
Serbia
Contact details
E-Mail: milan.solaja@vojvodinaictcluster.org
Phone:+381 63 644033
Address:Milan Solaja, Chief Executive Officer Trg Dositeja Obradovica 6, 21000 Novi Sad
Country:Serbia
Geographical focus
  • Serbia
  • WBC
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Natural Sciences

Entry created by Ines Marinkovic on May 11, 2012
Modified on September 19, 2016