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Activ and Clarion Partners elevate business partnership, harvesting regional market potentials

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Austrian tier one energy project management consultancy Activ ( www.activ.at) and serbian based Clarion Partners ( www.clarionpartners.rs) signed the cooperation agreement for joint business development and projects implementation in most perspective industrial sectors of natural resources exploration. Untaped market potentials of energy and mining sectors, supported by environment management projects will be jointly developed by two partners, synergy in motion.

Clarion Partners brings unique for local markets and recognized by international industrial clients, Owners Engineer advisory services ( www.owners.engineer) for Activ clients expanding into region with near sourcing business development strategy. From alternative sources of energy, environment and waste management, energy intensive industries steel fabrication and processing to mining exploitation of critical raw materials supply. From project design to project commissioning with engineered controlling and risk management processes, Activ and Clarion will jointly stear the clients business development in South East Europe markets. Clarion operates in Serbia, Montenegro, BiH, with satellite rep offices in Germany and Austria.

Clarion is a founding partner of Critical Raw Materials Institute from Serbia ( www.rmi.institute) as well as the business regional and European mining platform ( www.miningsee.eu), supported by heavy industry focused Public Affairs advisory Elevate PR ( www.elevatepr.rs). With Carbon Trading (www.ctxsee.eu) and Energy Balancing platforms ( www.balancing.energy), unique for region of South East Europe, Clarion and Activ are jointly opening new chapters for European Near Sourcing strategies.

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