Cluj IT is a founding member of Balkan, Black Sea and Baltic Sea ICT Clusters Network (3B ICT Network).  The network of 10+ similar organizations active in the region within the ICT industry, with the general objective of increasing global visibility of the Balkan, Black Sea and Baltic Seas region as a technology-driven destination.  

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The European DIGITAL SME Alliance represents largest network of the small and medium sized ICT enterprises in Europe, representing about 20,000 digital SMEs. The alliance is the joint effort of 30 national and regional SME associations from the European Union member states and neighbouring countries to put digital SMEs at the center of the EU agenda.


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CyberSec4Europe is a research project aiming to develop a governance model for a future EU Cyber Security Competencies Center Network.

The project tackles real-world issues of cybersecurity in the vertical sectors of digital infrastructure, finance, smart cities, medicine and transportation through a consortium of 43 participants across 20 EU Members States and associate countries.

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SAPIENS Network is an international training network of 10 EU universities and 18 partner organisations (including international organisations, public purchasers, R&D centres, public and independent expertise centres, a lobbyist and a US academic institution (GWU). The network was created because unleashing the potential of SPP requires a new generation of experts capable of working across disciplines (law, economics, business sciences) and knowledgeable of the different relevant methodologies.


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DIH HEALTH Network is working to strengthen the cooperation among its affiliated Digital Innovation Hubs and to create a favorable environment to digital technology transfer in the healthcare sector at local and at European level.

The aim is to leverage on the strengths of Digital Innovation Hubs to raise awareness on innovative digital health solutions and services. The importance of engaging regional ecosystems, represented by both demand and supply side, is a priority. It is indeed the best way to adopt a bottom-up approach able to identify clearly the needs related with the e-health sector. 

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