The event aimed to highlight the collaboration among the three clusters: the Aerospace Valley (AV), the Hellenic Space Technologies and Applications Cluster (si-Cluster) and the Apulian Aerospace Cluster (DTA). Moreover, the cooperation aims to offer a networking opportunity for the enterprises of the three clusters.
Following the successful ongoing cooperation, the three clusters signed a letter of intent for a future long cooperation. This represents an important step in the field of interregional cooperation in aerospace.
“Midi-Pyrénée, the Apulia Region, Attika and Western Greece Region believe on the importance for Europe to exploit the Regional dimension of aerospace activities and they consider aerospace as a pillar of their smart regional strategy”, said Giovanni Sylos Labini, BoD of the Apulian Aerospace Cluster, who welcomed the meeting.
This new cooperation aims to highlight that is fundamental to use public resources devoted to aerospace activities in the most efficient manner for the benefits of European citizens.
For the three clusters where present:
• Giuseppe Acierno, President, Apulian Aerospace Cluster
• Marc Péré, President, Chief Operating Officer Aerospace Valley
• Jorge-Andres Sanchez-Papaspiliou, Chief Strategy and Financial Officer, Corallia
From left: Athanasios Potsis, Chairman Hellenic Association of Space Industry; Jorge-Andres Sanchez-Papaspiliou, Chief Strategy and Financial Officer, Corallia; Marc Péré, President, Chief Operating Officer Aerospace Valley; Giuseppe Acierno, President of Apulian Aerospace Cluster.
From left: Giuseppe Acierno, President of Apulian Aerospace Cluster (DTA); Giovanni Sylos Labini, BoD, Apulian Aerospace Cluster