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  • Bill Greenhalgh NWDA Cluster Manager Cluster Development Team
  • North West England
    • £78 billion GVA
    • 7 million People
    • 14,000 sq km
    • 350,000 enterprises
    • 8 Universities
  • What is a Cluster? A group of industries and organisations that are linked together in buying and selling relationships, or who share the same infrastructure, customers or skills base and whose linkages enhance competitive advantage - Prof. Michael Porter
  • What does a Cluster look like? Cogent SI Markets Core of Cluster Related & Supporting Industries Infrastructure & Services Market intelligence Packaging Specialist Consultants Industry bodies Marketing /Design Transport Logistics Research Institutes Universities Colleges Training Providers Upgrading & innovative institutions
  • Cluster Analysis Drives...
    • Business Support Structures
    • Supply Chain Development
    • Trade Development
    • Inward Investment
    • Innovation
    • Infrastructure
    • Skills
  • North West Aerospace Cluster
  • North West Textile Cluster Chemical intermediates Manmade Fibre manufacturers Apparel Yarn spinners Commission yarn dyers Apparel fabric weavers Apparel fabric knitters Yarn dyers Garment (CMT) manufacturers Knitwear manufacturers Footwear manufacturers Multiple retailers Independent retailers Consumers Wholesalers Natural fibre growers Technical yarn spinners Interior textile yarn spinners Automotive/ aerospace components Carpet tufters Carpet weavers Furnishing fabric weavers Home textile weavers Paper manufacturers Nonwovens (durable) Nonwovens (non durable) Coaters and finishers Technical fabric weavers Range of Industrial/ contract end users Construction/ building supplies Medical supplies manufacturers Protective clothing manufacturers Software & hardware suppliers Textile machinery manufacturers Banks/venture capitalists Agents/merchants Specialist consultants Transport and logistics suppliers Packaging materials Apparel accessories Garment finishers Trade associations Journalists/ info providers Textile engineers Universities Testing organisations Dyers & printers Other Technical fabric knitters Nonwovens (carpets) Garment importers Yarn importers Fabric importers Finished goods importers Merchant Converters KEY No presence Weak Medium Strong Growing Influence Dye stuff manufacturers Process chemicals Home textile making-up Garment designers/ brand-houses END-USERS Labels & embellishments Printers Resin manufacturers Furniture manufacturers Wall coverings manufacturers D Rigby Associates Garments Household Technical
  • Cluster Development Process Research Partners Research Research 5 months Evaluation Implementation 10 year plan Cluster Director Strategy & Action Plans 6 m o n t h s Engagement Industry NWDA Cluster Teams Academia Industry NWDA Cluster Teams Academia Industry NWDA Cluster Teams Academia Research Partners
  • NWDA Cluster Development Programme Industry Lead Biotechnology Digital Industries Aerospace Chemicals Food & Drink Environmental Technologies Renewable Energy Textiles Automotive Maritime BioNoW Digital Industries NW North West Aerospace Alliance Chemicals Northwest North West Food Alliance Envirolink Renewables Northwest NWTexNet Northwest Automotive Alliance Maritime NW Energy Creative Industries Tourism NWDA Head of Energy NWDA Head of Creative Industries NWDA Head of Tourism Construction Financial & Professional Services Aviation Healthcare Sport } } } Cluster Team ( Work in progress ) } }
  • Further Information Cluster Biotechnology Digital Industries Aerospace Chemicals Food & Drink Environmental Technologies Renewable Energy Textiles Automotive Maritime All Others Organisation BioNoW Digital Industries NW North West Aerospace Alliance Chemicals Northwest North West Food Alliance Envirolink Renewables Northwest NWTexNet Northwest Automotive Alliance Maritime NW www.bionow.co.uk www.digitalindustriesnorthwest.org www.aerospace.co.uk www. chemicalsnorthwest.org.uk www.nwfoodalliance.co.uk www.envirolinknorthwest.co.uk www.renewablesnorthwest.co.uk www.nwtexnet.com www.nwautoalliance.com www.maritimenw.com www.nwda.co.uk Website
  • Cluster Life Cycle Ecotec 2003
  • Cluster Life Cycle TIME CLUSTER SIZE CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT
  • Cluster Evolution In North West England: 1700 Onwards EARLY WATER- POWERD LOCATIONS GEOLOGY, CLIMATE & CULTURE MECHANICAL AND MARITIME ENGINEERING CREATIVE/ DIGITAL INDUSTRIES MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST TEXTILES RECREATION/ LIFESTYLE ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY POWER SPECIALIST CHEMICALS “ NICHE” MARKETS (E.G. LUXURY CARS) BIO-MEDICAL JOINT-VENTURES/ CIVIL MOD CONTRACTS 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 ENERGY/ ENV. TECH BIOSCIENCES RESEARCH CHEMICALS PRODUCTION STRATEGICALLY LOCATED AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION URBANISED SERVICE ACTIVITIES COTTON TEXTILES COTTON TEXTILES HIGHER EDUCATION FINANCIAL SERVICES MEDIA, I.T. COTTON EXCHANGE NUCLEAR POWER CLEAN ENERGY FOOD & DRINK TOURISM RELOCATED AUTOMOTIVE PROD MOD BIOTECHNOLOGY CONTROL INSTRUMENTS RESEARCH ACADEMIC “SPIN OFF” TEXTILE MACHINERY SALT AND MINERALS STEAM POWER COALFIELD ORIENTATION Prof. Ray Oakey, MBS – NWDA 2003
  • Evidence of Superior Economic Performance
    • North West Regional Economic Strategy launched October 1999
    • NWDA Cluster Development Programme launched March 2000
    • Major progress in
      • Biotechnology (Medical)
      • Aerospace
      • Chemicals
      • Environmental Technologies
      • Food & Drink
  • Earlier Evidence of Superior Economic Performance
    • Lancashire Cotton
    • Coal
    • Chemicals
    • Heavy engineering
      • Steam Machinery
      • Shipbuilding
      • Power Engineering
  • Evidence of Superior Economic Performance
    • Scotland
    • Cambridge
      • Digital Industries
      • Life Sciences
    • London
      • Financial & Professional Services
  • “ Problems” of Cluster Growth
    • Congestion
    • Shortages of Labour & Factory/Office Space
    • Stagnation
  • Cluster Congestion Solutions
    • London
    • Horse Manure Problem
      • 1million tonnes + 15000 dead horses in 1901
    • The Tube
      • 1890 First Electric Line - City & South London
    • The London Bus
      • 1910 B-type, 1956 Routemaster
    • Docklands Light Railway
    • Congestion Charge (not a new idea)
  • Cluster Congestion Solutions
    • UK Transport - Innovation
    • Horse Problems
    • Petrol Vehicles – post WW1
    • Diesel Lorries – post WW2
    • Ex Army Transport
    • Toll Motorways
    • Tilting Trains
    • “ Low cost” Airlines
  • Cluster Congestion Solutions
    • Chicago
    • The Great Fire - 1871
    • The EL - 1892
    • Low level streets (goods delivery)
  • Cluster Congestion Solutions
    • Lancashire Cotton Industry
    • Rivalry between Liverpool & Manchester
    • The Bridgewater Canal – 1776
    • Liverpool & Manchester Railway - 1830
    • Manchester Ship Canal – 1894
    • East Lancs Road ( & high speed tram ) – 1934
  • Cluster Congestion Solutions
    • UK Food Industry
    • Wholesalers & Corner Shops
    • Supermarkets - 1960s
    • Efficient as far as the shelf
    • Inefficient from shelf to the larder/freezer
    • Who sells the most petrol?
    • Who has the most retail grocery outlets?
  • Cluster Shortages Solutions
    • Expand the Cluster Boundaries
    • USA Digital Industries
      • Chips to Japan, Taiwan etc
      • Software to India
    • UK Textiles
      • Garment production to Morocco etc
    • Financial & Professional Services
      • London Docklands
      • Call Centres
    • Japanese Automotive & Electronics
      • Assembly plants in UK & Far East
  • Cluster Stagnation Solutions
    • Inward Investment (Innovation)
    • UK Automotive
      • Japanese Production Systems
    • UK Food
      • Ethnic foods from Asia
    • USA Space Industry
      • Rocket Technology from Germany
  • Lessons for Cluster Growth
    • Encourage Innovation
    • Encourage Inward Investment
    • Encourage Networking
    • Appropriate Skills for today & tomorrow
    • Encourage Market Development
    • Constant Change is Here to Stay