Working groups in practice
The aim of the working groups is to add competence that is directly applicable in the members' companies and organisations, as well as to strengthen cooperation in the cluster and facilitate innovation projects.
It is completely free for cluster members to participate in events in the working groups, and you can choose to participate in the activities that suit with the representatives that are relevant.
How do we work in the working groups?
Through adding knowledge, sharing experiences, challenges and opportunities, innovative ideas are generated which can, among other things, result in larger R&I project applications. The cluster administration contributes with help to find public/private funding through applications to various program owners. Ideas that come out of the working groups must contribute to increased knowledge/competence both in relation to subjects, concepts and methodology, and this must in its entirety be the joint property of the cluster partners. The working groups also contribute to an increased culture of innovation between the cluster members as they get to know each other and create mutual trust.