Cluster issues its own journals

Sunday, 09 August 2015

In cooperation with its partner company, the Centre for Development and Marketing, the Cluster is a co-editor of two professional magazines – “Wood and furniture” and “Private forests”, which deal with sectoral issues and affi rm forest-based industries. Both magazines were launched with the aim of improving the flow of information among all the figures concerned, primarily the wood industry and

Everyday contacts with companies, institutions and representatives of the state administration are credible source for the latest information. In order to give members of the Croatian Wood Cluster prompt information about all the relevant events, every week the latest news related to the wood processing industry, furniture production, forestry, design in Croatia, SEE region, Europe and the world and other relevant information

How to communicate successfully?

Sunday, 09 August 2015

Communication is an important tool in the work of all Associations and business organizations. It is important how communication is directed towards inside, but also to other sections, particularly the media and political structures. In the business and social sense, everything that is done in the Cluster, should be evident, and the publication of those results should attract new members

Overview of bilateral cooperation

Sunday, 09 August 2015

Overview of bilateral cooperation for 2013 / 2014 / 2015.  

The Cluster is constantly Online

Sunday, 09 August 2015

The development of the economy in the 21st century is based on new technologies. The Internet has changed the way all participants in business and social processes act, and continuous online communication allows users to communicate quickly in real time. In this context, the importance of social networks is increasing almost in proportion to their enormous numbers. The speed at which

In 2014 the 11thWood Technology Conference brought together over 220 participants from the SEE region – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, as well as from the EU – Austria, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. With its main thematic topic “How to Increase the Use of Wood in South East Europe” the Conference was held under the patronage of the