European cluster event i Brussels

Europe's most important annual cluster event will take place
this year in Brussels from 7–8.5.2024


The European Cluster Conference 2024 is organised by the ECCP and brings together all European clusters and their experts. At the conference, you will meet cluster leaders from European clusters.

The aim of the conference is to highlight the key role of clusters in promoting EU industrial priorities. The conference programme includes experts from the EU and the European Commission, European cluster leaders, researchers and innovation leaders.

The conference will address key topics – the green transition, the digital transition and building resilience – and dive deeply into key factors such as skills, finance and technology. The conference will raise awareness of the role of clusters, the European cluster cooperation platform, and stimulate debate on their potential actions to shape the future of the EU Single Market.

Side events of the conference will be held on 6.5. These enriching platforms are expected to foster cooperation and a shared vision for the future of European clusters.


The conference actively encourages collaboration between clusters and members through matchmaking and other networking.

A matchmaking event allows participants to explore the opportunities that innovation, investment, trade, and partnership can offer.

In line with the themes of the conference, the matchmaking event will also focus on the green and digital transitions, which is why we invite participants especially interested in artificial intelligence and cleantech to register and find new connections.


The event is free of charge, but registration is required no later than 28.5.


Viexpo and NordicHub will participate in the conference and event as an exhibitor.

This conference is the most important annual event for European clusters, which you must attend if you want to be visible and network with European cluster representatives.


See you in Brussels!


Further information:

Triinu Sparrow, +358 44 332 3134,