The aim of the project is to share the experience of successful cooperation between companies working on the project. That is also a target to raise the cluster operation to an international level on both sides of the boarder and take advantage of positive effect of the cooperation.

The project aids the cross-border transactions, common developments and activities.

The aim is to build a new and wider cross-border strategy for long term, which is based on the project events and participant companies.

 

Within the frame of the project, the following events will be organized:

 

Opening conference- 03. 05. 2012. Szeged

Workshop- 03. 05. 2012. Szeged

Conference- 25. 05. 2012. Temesvár

Benchmarking visit- 06. 09. 2012. Szeged

Professional Conference- 28. 09. 2012. Szeged

Workshop- prospectively in November, Temesvár

Benchmarking visit- prospectively in November, Temesvár

Workshop- 17. 01. 2013. Szeged

Closing Conference- 17. 01. 2013. Szeged

 

Additional activities promoting the cooperation of companies on both sides of the border:

 

Cluster handbook – summarizes the base, the organizational operation, and the membership of the cluster (can be found under download menu).

 

Database – Companies on both sides of the border, and participated on our events are automatically added to our database, which had been released on our website (can be found under search menu).

 

Studies – Both partners make a study, which introduce the cluster approach, benefits, the competitiveness of the SMEs, and the European and Hungarian regulations (can be found under download menu)

 

Introduction of the partners

Lead partner:

The aim of the establishment of SHENA Regional Energy Agency of the Southern Great Plain is the energy efficiency, the utilization rate of renewable energy sources, the formation of renewable energy strategy based on consensus, the protection of environment and the promotion of a sustainable economy by realizing renewable energetic investments and promoting energy efficiency on governmental, institutional, business and residential levels.

 

Project Partner:

The R.M.Ü.E. (Romanian Hungarian Business Association) was founded on 15th May, 2005 by the initiation of several known Hungarian businessman/company, the Hungarian Economic and Trade Ministry, the office leader of the Bukarest ITDH and the Hungarian Representation of Bukarest.

The aim of the Romanian Hungarian Business Association is to become an organization, which supports enterprises, which ones have Hungarian headquarters, operating in Romania, trading companies founded in Romania -but with interests /shares of Hungarian legal or natural business partners-, and other local international companies operating in Romania, and their rightful interests. Another objective is to stimulate the economical competitiveness in the Romanian business environment, and aid the members’ economical activity and realization of their ideas.

Furthermore the Association’s objective is to help and aid the assisted members, mainly in the business, secondly in the legal sphere by promoting the Romanian-Hungarian business relationships and other partner relations in order to strengthen and forward the Romanian business environment.

Events

Hungary-Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme

SHENA Regional Energy Agency of the Southern Great Plain Non-profit Ltd.

1. Vadász Utca, Szeged HU-6721

Mobile: +36-30/227-6802

Tel.: +36-62/640-420

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Downloads in connection with the project can be found under the downloads menu.

 

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The aim of the creation of SHENA Regional Energy Agency of the Southern Great Plain is to strengthen energy efficiency, to raise the utilization rate of renewable energy sources, the formation of renewable energy strategy based on consensus, the protection of environment and the promotion of a sustainable economy by realizing renewable energetic investments and promoting energy efficiency on governmental, institutional, business and residential levels.

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