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WORTH PROJECT AMBASSADOR for SERBIA

WORTH PROJECT AMBASSADOR for SERBIA

– Docent Dr. Danka Milojkovic, Director of the Cluster House


WORTH Partnership Project creates and supports transnational collaborations between fashion designers, creative people, manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) and technology firms looking to develop design-driven and innovative products. WORTH Partnership Project is funded by COSME 
Programme of the European Union for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and Small and
Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs).

WORTH Partnership Project is the second edition of the pilot project, which ran from 2013 to 2015. Involving a total of 79 small-medium enterprises (SME) and 34 European partnerships, the success of the pilot project has resulted in a new edition of the WORTH Partnership Project. To know more about the 34 showcased products and results developed during the WORTH pilot project visit http://www.worth-project.eu/.

Worth project governance includes:


  • STEERING BOARD MEMBERS

Renowned experts from fashion and lifestyle industries, chosen to evaluate and support partnership projects.


  • MENTORS/COACHES

Specialists providing tailor-made coaching to elevate partnerships’ capabilities and advise projects to success.


  • AMBASSADORS

WORTH Partnership Project collaborators focused on scouting talent, providing support and promoting the project in each country.

THE FIRST MEX-RS CLUSTER MATCHMAKING OPENED NEW TRANSNATIONAL COLLABORATION PERSPECTIVES BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA & BALKANS / MEXICO & SERBIA

THE FIRST MEX-RS CLUSTER MATCHMAKING OPENED NEW TRANSNATIONAL COLLABORATION PERSPECTIVES BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA & BALKANS / MEXICO & SERBIA

Dr. Danka Milojkovic, H.E. Mr. Marco Antonio García Blanco, Mrs. Branka Simanic, Dr. Manuel Montoya Ortega and Mrs. Dragana Sotirovski

(from the left side)

Cluster development is a matter of professional and development-oriented people, their trust, respect and capacities to build networks and collaborate, to bring prosperity in their environment and to contribute in keeping peace in the region and globally!

This matchmaking event was initiated by Serbian and Mexican Cluster Communities based on long time traditional friendship between two countries, as well as based on collaboration between individuals – cluster practitioners Dr. Manuel Montoya Ortega, director of the Automotive Cluster of Nuevo Leon/North Eastern Mexico and Dr. Danka Milojkovic, director of the Cluster House Nis/Southern Serbia.

The Cluster matchmaking between the Cluster House in Serbia and the Cluster Ecosystem of Nuevo Leon gather over 30 participants from national supporting institutions (Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunication of the Republic of Serbia, Serbian Development Agency, Serbian Credit and Insurance Agency, Nisava Administrative District) and Cluster House Serbian Cluster Network SER ClusNet: Serbian Automotive Cluster, Serbian Wellness, Health Tourism and Spa Cluster, BeOrganic Cluster, Gracia Medica Cluster, Agro Cluster Homolje, Toursim Cluster Avala, Innovative based Construction Cluster Dundjer and Urban Planning Cluster Nis.

The event was initiated by Dr. Manuel Montoya Ortega and Dr. Danka Milojkovic, directors of the Global TCI Network Board of Directors and organized by the Cluster House from Nis, Southern Serbia.

Event was supported by the Ambassador of Mexico in Serbia, H.E. Mr. Marco Antonio García Blanco, and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sector for Entrepreneurship in Belgrade led by Mrs. Branislava Simanić, director, Mr. Milovan Kocic, vice president of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and CEO of the YUMIS Company and the Nisava Administrative District Mrs. Dragana Sotirovski, chief of district.

Photo gallery

file icon pdf Serbia Some Facts About Mexico 27 July 2018.pdf

file icon pdf Nisava District presentation.pdf

file icon pdf PRESENTACIÓN SERBIA (17-07-2018).pdf

file icon pdf Abstract - Manuel Montoya Ortega.doc.pdf

Success story on internationalization and lessons learnt

Article is available only in Serbian language. Thanks for your understanding.


ES-RS Cross Clusters Collaboration

ES-RS Cross Clusters Collaboration, the MoU signed between the Spain National Cluster Association and the Serbian Cluster House.
We are proud on our partnership which will contribute to transfer of knowledge, innovations and internationalisation in Serbia and in the Balkans supported by bilateral and EU funds ☀️



THE FIRST MEX-RS CLUSTER MATCHMAKING EVENT IN BELGRADE, 27 JULY 2018

The first MEX-RS Cluster Matchmaking event, with the special focus on cluster-based collaboration with the Southern Serbia, will be held in Belgrade on July 27, 2018 at 11 a.m. The event is initiated by Dr. Manuel Montoya Ortega and Dr. Danka Milojkovic, directors of the Global TCI Network Board of Directors.
Event is supported by the Mexican Embassy in Belgrade with attending of H.E Ambassador and the Mexican Cluster Community led by the Automotive Cluster .
The event is organized by the Cluster House from Nis.
The event host is the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and industry thanks to Mr. Mile Kocic, vice president of the Chamber, CEO of the Yumis Company and member of the Cluster House Founders Assembly.
Mrs. Dragana Sotirovski, a chief of the Nisava Administrative District, will present the economical potentials of the Nisava District and the Southern Serbia with the aim to attract transnational business collaboration and contribute in new investments and employment.
The Cluster House Serbian Cluster Network will be presented by 15 clusters ( 5 from the South Serbia) from all industrial sectors * automotive, agro, organic food, creative industries, wellness and tourism, textile, energy, youth entrepreneurship/crafts construction, urban planning...
Serbia has two ESCA bronze labelled clusters: the ENEF Energy Cluster Novi Sad and the Dundjer Construction Cluster Nis.
This will be the first step in transnational cluster-based SME TRADE collaboration between Mexico and Serbia

file icon pdf Final Agenda_EX-RS Cluster SME Trade Bridge.pdf