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2023: Cluj Innovation Year is a multisectoral program with the sole purpose to support the sustainability and innovation development of the Romanian business ecosystem.

The program will include workshops, training sessions, study visit, good practice sharing events, networking & matchmaking sessions, Innovation Camp, all dedicated to support Romanian companies in the fields of Digital Health, ICT and Industry 4.0 to increase their competitiveness, resilience and to extend into international markets.

The collaboration with the Norwegian ecosystem will directly contribute to the success of the planned program, being in line with the European Sustainable Development Goals: Health&Care, ICT, Industry 4.0.

Project title: 2023 Cluj Innovation Year

Case no: 2022/360202

Project financed by EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021

2023: Cluj Innovation Year


Transilvania IT Cluster Contribution

Transilvania IT Cluster was founded in 2018 and currently has over 170 members - startups, SMEs, large companies, universities and public administrations. The organization's activity revolves around its members and the ecosystem it represents, it responds to the needs regarding support for innovation, internationalization, technological transfer, upskilling and reskilling among employees, generating added value for them,  while also contributing to the development of the community in Northwest Romania through digitalization.

Transilvania IT Cluster is mandated to best address IT industry’s interests in relation to local authorities, regional bodies, Romania’s national Government, the European Parliament, European Committee of the Regions and the EC, doing lobby and advocacy work at all aforementioned levels.

Our  activities are organized around 5 verticals: Industry 4.0, Digital Transformation, Smart City, Digital Health and Green Transition. 

Transilvania IT Cluster is constantly working on the implementation of digitalisation and digital transformation solutions for the construction of the regional ecosystem. Thus, as coordinator of The European Digital Innovation Hub in Transilvania, the organisation aims, as a development direction for the future, to actively contribute to the profound transformation of industries, for companies to become competitive and able to deliver new types of value based on digital products, services and innovations.

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