Mirela Bogyó

Transylvania Textile & Fashion cluster

Mrs. Mirela Bogyo – holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration and a Master’s degree in business development management. She also holds a number of certificates from known institutions on cluster management, SME instruction, developing entrepreneurial culture, etc. She has been cluster manager from the establishment of the cluster and has successfully implemented an EU project for integrating small and medium enterprises into value chains and clusters.

A firm believer of internationalization, she lead the cluster to becoming a member of the Balkan Cluster Network, to be present on the Cluster Collaboration platform and has numerous cooperation protocols signed with different, international clusters.

She is highly motivated to mentor young designers, so this year she participated with two young designers at Global Sustainable Fashion Week and promoted the idea of sustainable and circular fashion. She believes that creativity is at the heart of education. Re-fashion starts in schools was organized two times, this year and in 2017 to put the idea into practice.

MIRELA

BOGYÓ

Transylvania Textile & Fashion cluster

Mrs. Mirela Bogyo – holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration and a Master’s degree in business development management. She also holds a number of certificates from known institutions on cluster management, SME instruction, developing entrepreneurial culture, etc. She has been cluster manager from the establishment of the cluster and has successfully implemented an EU project for integrating small and medium enterprises into value chains and clusters.

A firm believer of internationalization, she lead the cluster to becoming a member of the Balkan Cluster Network, to be present on the Cluster Collaboration platform and has numerous cooperation protocols signed with different, international clusters.

A firm believer of internationalization, she lead the cluster to becoming a member of the Balkan Cluster Network, to be present on the Cluster Collaboration platform and has numerous cooperation protocols signed with different, international clusters.

She is highly motivated to mentor young designers, so this year she participated with two young designers at Global Sustainable Fashion Week and promoted the idea of sustainable and circular fashion. She believes that creativity is at the heart of education. Re-fashion starts in schools was organized two times, this year and in 2017 to put the idea into practice.