The Best of Green Tech 2016/2017
1. February 2017
The turn of the year is a time to both look back and look ahead to new objectives and plans for the future. The Green Tech Cluster exceeded its targets in 2016: 25 industrial innovation projects were initiated and a new record was achieved with 188 partners in the cluster. Growth through green innovation is also our order of the day for 2017 – for example with the Green Tech radar bulletins, a hackathon for your digital services and even more global B2B contacts. International visibility will be further increased through strengthened cooperation with international organisations (ICN, WKO, ICS, etc.) and by providing market information and B2B contacts in existing and new markets.
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