Outline of clusters and networks in Denmark

Outline of clusters and networks in Denmark

101 clusters and networks are on the cluster map that REG X was encouraged to draw up in order to create an outline of the Danish cluster environment. Among other things, the purpose of the new cluster map is to make it easier to find the relevant collaboration partners.

A considerable number of REG X’ members, interested parties and other networks have inquired for a mapping of the Danish cluster environment. Now it’s here. On REG X’ website you will now find a map of Denmark with 101 clusters and networks – from Serviceteam Skagen Harbour in the North over Mechatronics Cluster Denmark in the South to Gourmet Bornholm in the East.


The mapping will make it easier for cluster people to find new collaboration partners. At the same time, it’s a great tool for politicians and academics involved in cluster work in Denmark.


The information is collected with the assistance of all Danish regions, vaeksthuse (growth houses) and business support offices all over the country. However, the mapping must not be considered to be scientifically based – among other things because it does not take its starting point in a specific definition of a cluster. The cluster and networks included in the map are based on the individual regions’, vaeksthuses’ and business support offices’ definitions of a cluster and a network, respectively. Therefore, the mapping is first and foremost to be considered to be a tool and a gross list that provides an overview.

On the European level, the European Cluster Observatory has created a similar mapping of European clusters.  

See the map of the Danish cluster and network landscape here.

Please direct additions, comments or questions to project manager Jesper Lund