Attractive, thanks to its rich natural heritage, excellent and varied gastronomy, famous vineyards and cultural offer, Eastern France is your best choice for an exceptional event!
Located in the heart of Europe, on the border with Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland, and close to Paris, the various destinations in our region are easily accessible and provides you a wide range of unique, authentic, unusual and ecologically responsible venues for your next event. Whether for trade fairs, congresses or seminars for small groups, in hybrid or face-to-face mode, we have the perfect offer for everyone.
THE ECONOMIC CLUSTERS :
1. BIOECONOMY FOR CHANGE: CHAMPAGNE (Reims - Bezannes)
Bioeconomy For Change is the leading French bioeconomy cluster in Europe and internationally. It brings together more than 500 members, from upstream agriculture to the marketing of finished products: agricultural cooperatives, research establishments and universities, companies of all sizes, public players, etc. Human and animal food.
2. VEHICLE OF THE FUTURE CLUSTER: LORRAINE (Nancy) / ALSACE (Mulhouse) / CHAMPAGNE (Saint-Dizier)
Pole Véhicule du Futur, labelled as a competitiveness cluster since 2005, the Pole Véhicule du Futur is an association that promotes synergy between companies, education, and research in the field of vehicles and mobility of the future.
It brings together and leads an ecosystem of more than 500 members in the eastern quarter of France: Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and Grand Est. In June 2020, the Pôle Véhicule du Futur merged with the ARIA (Association Régionale de l'Industrie Automobile) Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine.
3. FIBRES ENERGIVIE: LORRAINE / ALSACEFibres Energivie; The Fibres-Energivie competitiveness cluster was created in 2015 from the merger of the Alsace-Energivie and Fibres clusters. It is the only competitiveness cluster dedicated to materials for the building industry.
Focused on the building sector, it brings together all the players in the value chain (from materials suppliers to integrators): the chemical and materials industries, building design, the construction systems industry, energy equipment, construction trades, building maintenance and property development.
This cluster is active in five strategic areas: sustainable fibres and materials, lignocellulosic biomass chemistry, construction processes and systems, circular economy, energy networks and flows.
- Energy efficiency
4. MATERALIA : LORRAINE (Metz) /CHAMPAGNE (Reims) / ARDENNES (Charleville-Mézières)Materalia - Born from the merger of the Lorraine competitiveness cluster MIPI (Innovative Materials, Intelligent Products) and the Champagne region cluster P2MI (Implementation Processes), Materialia is positioned as the leading French competitiveness cluster in the field of materials and material transformation processes for industrial use.
Materalia is involved in all types of materials: metals, polymers, glass, ceramics, composites, plastics, textiles, and renewables. The term "process" refers to all the operations involved in using these materials to make the final product. The head office is in Metz, with a branch in Charleville-Mézières and another in Reims.
- Materials and processes for aeronautics
5. HYDREOS: LORRAINE (Tombliane/Nancy) / ALSACE (Strasbourg)The HYDREOS cluster, labelled in May 2010 as a cluster dedicated to ecotechnologies, is the Alsace-Lorraine cluster dedicated to the quality of continental waters. HYDREOS is the cluster for the water sector in the Grand Est.
It is an accelerator of collaborative innovation between companies, research laboratories and local authorities. HYDREOS has been awarded the European Gold Label "Cluster Management Excellence".
- Water technologies and management
6. BIOVALLEY France: ALSACE (Strasbourg)BioValley France, labelled in 2005, focuses on innovation in health through 4 axes: medical technologies, innovative medicines and therapies, diagnosis and e-health. Located in Alsace, it coordinates the trinational BioValley industrial cluster, created in 1996 between the Upper Rhine regions of Alsace, Baden-Württemberg in Germany and the Basel region in Switzerland.