Map industrial clusters and partners
Industrial clusters are geographical concentrations of firms and other actors working in related industries.
They are regional ecosystems with sufficient scale to develop specialized expertise, services, resources, suppliers, and skills.
This mapping tool currently contains information from the profiles of cluster actors registered on the ECCP. In the future this will be complemented with data from official statistical sources that reflect the geographic concentration of economic activity and other elements of regional competitiveness performance, and with data collected on cluster policies. There are different entry points to the mapping tool, depending on whether your interest is in a specific type of cluster actor, a specific region or a specific industry.
Looking for a specific type of cluster actor? Here you can explore information about the 8 different types of cluster actors that are profiled on the ECCP.Explore by
Interested in a specific industry? Here you can search among the different fields that the ECCP uses to classify industrial activity, including 88 NACE 2-digit sectoral industries, 11 broad cross-sectoral industries, industrial priority areas identified by the EU (industrial alliances and ecosystems), 2-digit international patent classification codes and smart specialisation strategy priority areas.Explore by
Interested in a specific region? Here you can select a specific region from the map to go directly to the cluster mapping information for that region.Explore by
Search and filter by profile type, special thematic area (green, digital, social economy, training), location, industry and a range of organisational characteristics.