Clusters in Romanian Tourism
Clusters regarded as groups of companies in a certain field of activity, region or area together with the institutions they closely collaborate with aim at stimulating innovative activities, development of experience and knowledge exchange, in order to develop and to contribute to the respective region development. To the end of clusters development the European Commission allocated 86 billion EUR for their financing during 2007-2013. As far as Romania is concerned even though the concept of “cluster” is still little known a growth in preoccupations regarding policy regarding this issue is obvious. At least seven studies have been developed until now regarding the fields and areas where clusters might be opportune. First results have emerged in the field of tourism. In November 2010 the “Carpathian Tourism Cluster Romania” was founded in Brasov. Also, there are premises for the founding of such a cluster in the area of Dobrudzha in 2011.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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