Labelling of the 5 competitiveness clusters in Burgundy-Franche-Comté for phase 5
Bruno Le Maire, Roland Lescure and Carole Delga today announced the approval of 55 competitiveness clusters for phase V (2023-2026). The 5 competitiveness clusters of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region are therefore also labelled for phase V.
A look back at Phase IV
During phase IV (2019-2022), the clusters have brought together 2,000 additional members, despite the health crisis. They now form a network of 18,500 innovative companies and research and training centres. During these four years, they have supported, accompanied and obtained funding for nearly 1,000 European projects for themselves and their members.
They have shown resilience in supporting the economy during the crisis and in proposing new services to meet the needs of businesses in transition.
The 5 accredited competitiveness clusters
Congratulations to the 5 competitiveness clusters of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region for this new labeling, which reinforces their know-how in the region and in the territories of intervention:
- Pôle Véhicule du Futur
- Nuclear Valley
1 new competitiveness cluster accredited in the Region
Two new competitiveness cluster projects have been approved for a period of two years, which can be extended to four years if they are effectively structured: ENTER and Infr@2050.
Infr@2050, a competitiveness cluster approved in Burgundy-Franche-Comté, will be supported by ECORSE TP, INDURA and IREX (Institute for Applied Research and Experimentation in Civil Engineering). This new competitiveness cluster will enable the Region to participate actively in research and innovation in the sector, with the aim of moving towards even more virtuous activities in public works.