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BRILLIANT MASTERCLASSES

Series of tailored training and skill upgrading workshops to increase cluster managers knowledge and broaden their skill-sets necessary for managing cluster initiatives and developing value chains. The training activities will be provided though several methodologies and tool adapted to clusters staff needs, expectations and availability, in order to give them the opportunity to fully benefit from the project capacity building offer, while considering their cluster work commitments.

1st MASTERCLASS | CLUSTER MANGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE

Cluster strategy, Value chain, Management, Cluster economics.
A workshop designed to allow cluster managers to engage in practical fieldwork learning throughout the full-day structured with ECEI mandated principles and providing practical skills and the knowledge required to support and develop clusters can be built upon.

2nd MASTERCLASS | CLUSTER STRATEGIC MARKETING & COMMUNICATION SKILLS OF CLUSTER MANAGERS

This workshop will provide cluster managers with knowledge on and inspiration for cluster communication strategies and tools for cluster marketing and branding to create recognition and attractiveness for the cluster and its companies.

3rd MASTERCLASS | INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

The workshop will support cluster managers to understand how to close several interaction gaps that hamper their full networking potential: research gap,  education gap, capital gap, government gap, firm-to-firm gap, cross-cluster gap, global market gap.

4th MASTERCLASS | DIGITALISATION, DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND CYBERSECURITY​

Digital transformation and the security of data and networked systems in the IoT-enabled Smart Homes and Buildings - Challenges for smart lighting, furniture and building sectors.

WEB BASED TRAINING

WEBINARS AND CONFERENCES

1. New approaches to clusters international collaboration

to be defined

2. Creating shared value by clusters

Thursday, 2nd July 2020 - LUCE IN VENETO
The «shared value» as possibility of creating economic value for the company and its shareholders through the production of a benefit for society and the environment (Michael Porter, 2011).

3. Responsible research and innovation

to be defined

4. Digitalisation and cyber-security

Thursday 18th June 2020 - LUCE IN VENETO
Digital transformation is investing all the Building sector and the security of data and networked systems is becoming a key issue in the new IoT-enabled Smart Homes and Buildings. The webinar will explore the challenges for smart lighting, furniture and building sectors of this revolution.

5. Value proposition in lighting

Wednesday 16th September 2020 - CLUSTER LUMIÈRE
The world is changing, the needs are changing and the perception of lighting expectations too. What is a Value proposition in lighting? A statement identifying clear, measurable and demonstrable benefits (tangible and non-tangible) associated to lighting: how to differentiate your product (or your service) to competitors?

6. Smart lighting and Smart Homes

Thursday, 26th November 2020 - KCN
Webinars and other support actions are implemented in spite of the travel restrictions and other difficulties caused by COVID-19 in 2020 and in 2021 with different regional and national partners.

7. Smart lighting - non residential buildings

to be defined

8. Smart furniture

Thursday, 15th October 2020 - KCN
Smart furniture from the perspective of lighting, sound and connection to other smart devices. Application and impact of lights inside furniture from technical perspective, emotions and value for customer. Benefits for better living and value for users.

9. Circular economy approaches

Friday 4th December 2020 - CLUSTER LEGNO ARREDO FVG
Cluster Legno Arredo in collaboration with the design studio HENRY & CO. presents an interactive webinar dedicated to the world of circularity and sustainability with a focus on the design and furniture industry.

10. DC lighting (POE & 48V)

Wednesday 30th September 2020 - CLUSTER LUMIÈRE
The introduction of ultra-low wattage LED lights makes it possible to use low voltage to supply sources. Dedicated 48V DC lines and PoE (Power-other- Ethernet) can power these light sources in an efficient way. The webinar will explore the future application of these new kinds of electrical architecture in the smart building sector.

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