Today we took part in the General Assembly of members of the European Automotive Cluster Network (EACN).
We listened to the management board’s report on the activities of the last year nad to the presentations from the working groups on Industry 4.0, supply chains and hydrogen technologies. We also selected two additional board members and exchanged our ideas for EACN’s future activities.
EACN is a bottom-up initiative in which 20 automotive clusters from 11 European countries are already cooperating with each other.
The organisation represents more than 3,000 companies covering the entire value chain, research and development institutions, public authorities and other institutions. It is an excellent space for exchanging experiences between clusters and searching for partners for joint cluster and industry ventures.