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Safe and Justified Building by Timber in Sensible Areas International Conference

ProHolz Austria, Serbian Chamber of Engineers and Cluster of Wood Processors, supported by University of Belgrade /Faculty of Forestry, University of Nis / Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and University of Novi Sad / Faculty of Technical Sciences (Department of Civil Engineering)are kindly inviting You to the International Conference Safe and Justified Building by Timber in Sensible Areas, at the Tami Residence Hotel Conference Hall on Thursday, September 20, 2012.

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Forestry Department Human Resources Capacity Strengthening Project Sucesfully Completed in Montenegro

In cooperation with FODEMO Project Office in Montenegro, the Cluster House Training Center has sucessfully completed the implementation of a two-month Forestry Department Human Resources Capacity Strengthening Project, a part of IPA Project Support to Capacity Strengthening in Forestry Sector.

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Fashion Workshops at the Start up Union Showroom

On Monday, August 6, fashion workshops facilitated by designers Nevena Kragic and Sandra Lalovic are starting at the Start up Union Showroom, Alekse Nenadovica Street in Nis. The first workshop is “Industrial Design/ Composing – Decomposing”, and participants will be introduced to basics of fashion and industrial design, preparing the whole collection and making of a unique piece of clothing.

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Cluster House became member of world known TCI network

Cluster House became member of TCI, leading global network for practitioners, policy makers, researchers and business leaders working towards improving competitiveness in regions and clusters. TCI member base currently consists of 3.000 leading practitioners from 100 countries. By sharing knowledge and experience, TCI members gain access to leading insights and expertise and the most recent global developments about competitiveness and innovation.

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