An important complement to this article, which is worth mentioning here, is a piece from the BBC written by Boyd (2012), entitled "Greek geeks seek hi-tech recovery." He highlights that clusters can be thought of as an innovation centre or organization whereby start-ups are "clustered" within a common space/building, which allows such small organizations to feed off one another to develop novel and innovative ideas, which would ultimately result in a new product (Boyd 2012).With respect to the non-profit Corallia, an example of a cluster organization in Greece, it is composed of 13 micro-electronics companies. Funding has been achieved through government incentives in terms of seed money from the Greek government and the European Union.Moreover, clustering, as stated by Boyd (2012)"[i]s an idea that has been popularized by Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School."***For further reading please consult: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120321-greek-geeks-seek-hi-tech-recovery