South Poland Cleantech Cluster

Janusz Kahl, CEO in South Poland Cleantech Cluster has been chosen by the European Commission as member of the Steering Committee for the project

„Skills for smart industrial specialization and digital transformation (SIS&DT)”

for Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) acting under the powers delegated by the European Commission EASME / DG GROW, which has been granted to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Luxembourg.

EASME is the largest EU agency managing, among others, EU funds from the HORIZON 2020, COSME, LIFE and ERASMUS+ programs.

The main goal of the task is to work out:

EU 2030 Common Vision on High-tech skills for SIS&DT

Members of the Steering Committee are responsible for:

  • monitoring of the work and reviews of reports developed by PwC
  • meetings in Brussels with EASME and the European Commission to review progress and discuss the preparation of periodic reports, which should be approved by the Steering Committee
  • participating in teleconferences
  • providing advice and guidance during the work

Se more: Steering Committee and EU 2030 Common Vision and 5th expert workshop , 6th expert workshop i Conference

ICN Summit 2014, Copenhagen

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On 20-22 May 2014, Janusz Kahl, managing director in South Poland Cleantech Cluster participated in the ICN Summit 2014 hosted by Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster (now CLEAN) in Copenhagen, Denmark. This was the ninth biannual summit of the International Cleantech Network. Almost 500 participants from 40 countries joined in on the three-day function which included B2B-matchmaking, insights into Danish business opportunities, a conference with workshops on city challenges as well as five seminars on the transverse topics guiding the summit.

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City Challenges

During the conference, cities were given the opportunity to pitch a specific challenge in the relevant thematic tracks in order to attract the participants from each field of expertise, hereby ensuring a strong mix of competencies for each challenge.
Working with the challenges posed by the cities, it soon became evident to city representatives and participants alike that the dialogue and process of co-creation with potential partners could lead to economically interesting solutions and new business opportunities.
Participants were able to draw on their vast experience within each of the six transverse themes to produce a range of recommendations for the cities’ continued work on the challenges.

The participating cities were:

• Barcelona, Spain
• Boulder, Fort Collins and Loveland, USA
• Copenhagen, Denmark
• Graz, Austria
• Grenoble, France
• Milan, Italy
• Osaka, Japan
• Perth, Australia
• Rotterdam, Holland
• Sant Cugat Del Vallés, Spain