Other partners

Exchanges and collaboration The Mer Méditerranée Competitivity Cluster is cultivating certain partnership relations based on a multitude of exchanges tapping on the competences and skills of each one. Firstly, the Mer Mediterranee Competitivity Cluster coordinates its strategy and actions with its twin, the Brittany Marine Centre. With the concern for efficiency, actions may be common (sharing of resources) or complementary (sharing of goals).

Exchanges and collaboration

The Mer Méditerranée Competitivity Cluster is cultivating certain partnership relations based on a multitude of exchanges tapping on the competences and skills of each one.

Firstly, the Mer Méditerranée Competitivity Cluster coordinates its strategy and actions with its twin, the Brittany Marine Centre. With the concern for efficiency, actions may be common (sharing of resources) or complementary (sharing of goals).

Other Competitivity Clusters:

  • Secure Communication Solution Cluster
  • Safe Cluster
  • Optics & Photonics Optitec Cluster
  • Capenergies Cluster
  • EMC2 Cluster
  • Aquatic product sector Cluster
  • Aerospace Valley Cluster
  • Sophia-Antipolis Agglomeration Community (CASA)
  • Nice Côte d’Azur Agglomeration Community (CANCA)
  • Inter-ministerial Delegation for Land Planning and Competitiveness of the Territories (DIACT)
  • General Secretariat for Regional Affairs (PACA Regional Prefecture)
  • Regional Directorate for Industry, research and Environment (DRIRE), Ministry for High Education and Research, DRRT Urbanism Agency of Toulon area (AUDAT)
  • Toulon Var Technologie – BIC (TVT)
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Marseille Provence (CCIMP)
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulon Var (CCIV)
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Nice Côte d’Azur (CCINCA)
  • Regional Economic Development Mission (MDER-PACA)
  • Team Côte d’Azur Provence Promotion Méditerranée Technologie – MT
  • Ministry of Defence / French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA)
  • Ministry of Defence/ French Navy

The French Navy which has worked from the beginning for the creation of Marine Centres, remains closely associated with the development of these Centres, and strongly supports their actions.As it holds a respected advisory position within the PACA Marine Centre, the French Navy ensures close technical monitoring regarding projects held by the actors of the Centre.In order to enhance specific ties with the members of the cluster, the Admiral Commander the Mediterranean Maritime Region offers a regular visit cycle of its main warships to the Marine Centre members.

 

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