Digitisation is a major challenge across all industries. The cluster organisations must also face up to the digital change and learn from each other in workshops and lectures. In addition, content-related cooperation between the clusters also reveals new market potential and best practices for the respective member companies.
In the format "Eyes on Innovation", the LIHH, together with other clusters, provides insights into current innovation projects and topics that affect the sectors of both clusters in a cross-disciplinary way. Here, for example, SMEs learn about the advantages and costs of participating in funded projects. The event format offers network members the opportunity to exchange ideas on specific innovation topics across sectors and to network with members of other Hamburg clusters. In addition, the focus is on professional exchange in order to identify synergies and potential for the topics presented.
We will inform you about upcoming Eyes on Innovation events here.
Hamburg's cluster policy is part of an overarching innovation strategy with the aim of developing Hamburg into an innovation capital for Europe.
In a further development step, the cooperation between the clusters is to be intensified in order to open up new learning, development and synergy potentials.
To this end, the project "Co-Learning Space for Hamburg Clusters" (11/2016-10/2019) funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Ministry of Economics, Innovation (BWI) of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg was launched in November 2016.