On March 1, 2013 Kaluga Pharmaceutical Cluster Non-for-Profit Partnership became a full-fledged member of the European Cluster Cooperation Platform - a unique organization established to support and promote cooperation between clusters of different countries. Apart from that it also stimulates interaction at the transnational and international levels.
The key objective of the Platform is to promote cluster cooperation between cluster organizations and their members. Currently the Platform reaches far beyond the geographical boundaries of the European Union. Over 1,900 clusters from 47 countries of the world, including South Korea, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, India and Madagascar, are its members.
Kaluga Pharmaceutical Cluster accession to the European Cluster Cooperation Platform signifies a new important step in Kaluga Region territorial cluster development. It will help search for foreign partners and market its products in the European countries.