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8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC by MattySad

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									                 8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
      BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




ROLE OF LOCALISATION FACTORS
  FOR SMEs COMPETITIVENESS

                 Approaches
 to clusters identification, awareness rising
       and transnational cooperation:
  lessons learned from Informest projects



    Ugo Poli – Informest Vice President
                            8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
                 BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




                     GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS 1

The culture of local development is quite recent

The role of entrepreneurship is conditional
for making more of local endogenous resources

The territory plays the role of development paradigm for SMEs

SME clustering is a different model then industrial district

The Italian case study is a benchmark for emerging industrial districts
In transition economies
                        8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
             BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




             GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS 2

      The industrial district is a Local Productive System
      with a prevailing sectorial specialization
Coordination and control of different phases
do not derive from fixed rules or hierarchical mechanism
      The ties of companies with the territory
      result in competitive external economies
The role of Local and Regional Authorities
is pivotal for shaping the productive environment
                        8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
             BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




    THE FASHION OF INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS

Growing interest for the districts performance
in the Italian economy
                     >>> Expectation for replication abroad

FAQ          How many are industrial districts in Italy?
             How can we establish an Industrial District?
             How can we promote district based FDI
             in our Country / Region?
            8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
 BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




    COMMON FEATURES
OF DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT 1

 Historical skills of local economy
 Local availability of raw materials
 Farmers entrepreneurial experience
 Restructuring of big (state) industry
 Role of a local leading company
 Role of external investments (FDI, but not only)
                 8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
      BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




        COMMON FEATURES
    OF DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT 2
Entrepreneurial creativity
pushed by emulation among companies

Strong sell – buy relations among district companies
Social cohesion, i.e. trust
among entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs and workforce
PPP sharing economic growth within the whole
community
                   8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
        BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005



THE PATH FOR DISTRICTS DEVELOPMENT 1
Analysis of local productive skills in a Country

        Identification of local development actors
        (Municipalities, business associations, CoE,
        agencies & service centres)
Training of the local development managers
        Understanding of the existing ties
        among local companies
Awareness rising of a common vision
        Partnership based governance
        of development policy and related investments
                   8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
        BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




THE PATH FOR DISTRICTS DEVELOPMENT 2
Local level autonomy and civic cohesion
         Expectations and needs standing survey
Training facilities for entrepreneurs and workforce
         Infrastructures for accessibility
Infrastructures for production, ICT included
         Environmental quality
Networking of stakeholders and service provision
         Common fitted image and marketing

>>> >>>           Internal efficiency and external attractiveness
                  of the Industrial District
                  8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
       BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




          CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESS

Sound PPP for the design of the transnational strategy

Expanding companies looking for extended value-chain

Trusted institutional body for leading the process

      3 samples / 3 stages
      Treviso in the Judet of Timis (R)
      Venice in the District of Brcko (BiH)
      Vicenza in the Municipality of Samarin (SK)
                8TH, CEI SUMMIT ECONOMIC FORUM
     BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC / NOVEMBER 23RD - 24TH, 2005




               INFORMEST
  Service and Documentation Centre
for International Economic Cooperation
             Via Cadorna 36
          34170 Gorizia – Italy

          informest@informest.it
                www.informest.it

								
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