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New Publication on Linkage between FDI and Cluster organisations in Life sciences

October 2015

In this October, the new publication whose title is The competitive advantage of clusters: Cluster organisations and greenfield FDI in the European life sciences industry has been released on Geoforum, one of the renowned international journals on human geography and other related discussions. The article is a joint research project of a group of scholars in development and strategy from Erasmus University Rotterdam, including Prof Dr van Eenennaam from the NIC.
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Dutch Flower Cluster, Case B – In the testing phase

July 2015

The Dutch Flower Cluster is a Harvard business Case written in 2006. Because of its popularity, the authors, including Prof. M. Porter and Prof. F. van Eenennaam, decided to update it in 2013. Recently, FloraHolland, the core entity at the heart of the Dutch flower cluster, has determined to have a customized case for internal training purpose: the Dutch Flower Cluster, Case B is now in the testing phase.
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International teaching: Monaco MBA program embraces the Dutch Flower Cluster case

April 2015

The MBA program at the International University of Monaco not only uses the Dutch Flower Cluster case in their program, but also brings to the classroom a Dutch expert in the field, Prof. Dr. van Eenennaam. The session with Prof. van Eenennaam covered the story of the development of the flower cluster in the Netherlands, and also extended to the broader topic of the challenges and opportunities to the Netherlands in terms of competitiveness in the time to come.
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Master Students from Germany: The added value of a study trip

March 2015

“…We received great support from the Netherlands Institute for Competitiveness in organizing the trip. Interviews were the highlight, we talked to the right people from the port management together with a tour around the new terminal Maasvlakte 2. The visit to FloraHolland in Aalsmeer was also fascinating, and Prof. dr. Pablo Collazzo even accompanied our group and facilitated the case discussion after the tour. I personally think I learned more about the context of what we discussed in class. It’s just so inspiring to see things with your own eyes. The trip is absolutely value-added.”
– by Giang Vu, WBS.
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Dutch Life Sciences Outlook 2015: Value creation for patients, companies, and the cluster

February 2015

The Dutch life sciences cluster is compared to seven international clusters: Boston area, San Diego area, Research Triangle Park area (USA), United Kingdom, Switzerland, Medicon Valley (Sweden and Denmark) and the Munich area. To join/match the leading international outperforming clusters, improved performance of the Dutch life sciences cluster is crucial.
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Prof. Dr. van Eenennaam joins the Advisory Council of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness, Italy

December 2014

Since competitiveness has emerged as one of the topics for a knowledge-economy in the modern world, more advanced countries in the field long for sharing their experience and to connect with others. Europe together with the U.S. is taking the lead. Recently the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Italy has come on board. Prof. Dr. van Eenennaam from the Netherlands Institute for Competitiveness, one of the Dutch leading expert in the field, was invited to join the Advisory Council.
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