THE NEXT SOCIETY - MENA clusters gathered at the FILEX Forum in Paris

Country: Euromed
Activity: Education, culture, media

THE NEXT SOCIETY organises the 1st International Business Development Mission specially designed for clusters in the MENA region and their member companies.

On September 13th, 2019, in Paris, as part of the 1st edition of the France Clusters FILEX Forum, the event will bring together cluster managers, competitiveness clusters, accelerators, incubators and technopoles, regional decision-makers, heads of schools, universities and technical centers and innovation financiers to discuss key themes.


Among the day's activities, THE NEXT SOCIETY, in collaboration with France Clusters, organises a thematic workshop specifically dedicated to inter-cluster cooperation on the large Mediterranean area, as a means of supporting the economic development of companies and the territory.


Several MENA clusters and companies benefiting from THE NEXT SOCIETY have already confirmed their presence: Beirut Creative Cluster (Lebanon), Moroccan Electronics, Microelectronics and Mechatronics Cluster CE3M (Morocco), or Jerusalem Tourism Cluster (Palestine) will be joined by other southern Mediterranean clusters of the delegation and will have a unique opportunity to gain international visibility, access to a network of experts and can create opportunities for collaboration and effective business through the B2B meetings scheduled during the day.


THE NEXT SOCIETY brings together a delegation of 20 cluster managers and entrepreneurs from the southern Mediterranean countries to participate in this 1st International Business Development Mission organised as part of the Cluster Booster Track, a peer support and learning programme for cluster managers to improve their management skills, increase their business opportunities and open new channels for collaboration between clusters at national and international level.


For more information, visit THE NEXT SOCIETY website.

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