Mapping of economic, innovative and scientific potential of Montenegro was completed in March 2018. The data for the mapping was partly extracted from various sources and partly provided by local S3 team and the Statistical Office of Montenegro. For the economic mapping, industries have been selected based on their current relative size measured by the number of employees, their degree of specialisation compared to the EU28, their average wages compared to those for Montenegro, export performance and a possible match with two different types of broader industry groups: traded clusters and emerging industries. For the innovation mapping, data availability was limited to measuring the activities of Montenegro, not for individual industries. For the scientific mapping, data have been used from two international data sources: Web of Science and Scimago. The results have confirmed several of the government’s priority sectors: agriculture, energy, ICT, manufacturing, medicine and health, and tourism. The results also identified construction as a possible new priority sector, which was later confirmed in the qualitative analysis.