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Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010
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Cluster Workshop - Belgrade June 22, 2010

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A cluster mapping study was undertaken to ‘discover’ where Serbia's clusters are located (quantitative) and to evaluate the potential for further cluster development (qualitative). The study includes …

A cluster mapping study was undertaken to ‘discover’ where Serbia's clusters are located (quantitative) and to evaluate the potential for further cluster development (qualitative). The study includes mapping and analysis of key parameters such as: the types and numbers of companies in the cluster, the numbers of workers and their levels of skills, business interdependencies and trade links, export activity and how the cluster works with universities, other clusters and organisations such as Chambers of Commerce.

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  • 1. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion in the Republic of Serbia CLUSTER WORKSHOP Belgrade, 22nd June 2010 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 2. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Goals • SECEP to share its impressions of cluster development with participants • Ministry of Economy to share its ideas on future cluster support with participants • Participants to learn about the POLUS programme in Hungary as an example of best practice • Consensus between participants on main obstacles to better clustering • Development of an approach to tackling these challenges Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 3. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Cluster Workshop schedule (1/1) • 09.30 – 09.45 Welcome word by SECEP Team leader Goals of the workshop and agenda • 09.45 – 10.45 Impressions and Recommendations from SECEP Cluster analysis by SECEP Cluster Team • 10.45 – 11.00 Coffee break • 11.00 – 11.45 POLUS, Hungary - Cluster Support Programme by guest speakers from POLUS program • 11.45 – 12.30 Presentation by MoERD – Cluster Support in 2010 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 4. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Cluster Workshop schedule (1/2) • 12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Break • 13.30 – 14.30 The Challenges of Cluster Development in Serbia: Facilitated group discussion • 14.30 – 15.30 Break-out sessions on solutions to key challenges (2 to 4 groups) Coffee served • 15.30 – 16.30 Presentation by each group (15 minutes each) • 16.30 – 17.00 Summary, Conclusions, Next Steps. SECEP Team Leader Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 5. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SECEP work with clusters to date • Statistical mapping based on 3 star analysis. Data-base completed and working. • Assessment of existing clusters (10 Ministry grantee clusters) Completed. Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 6. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SECEP work with clusters to end 2011 • Assessment of potential clustering initiatives throughout Serbia. Starting now! • Support to 6 clusters in action planning & implementation. Starting now! • Support to all clusters via cluster network. Depends on you! Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 7. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Cluster Statistical Mapping Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 8. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Methodology • Based on European Cluster Observatory • 38 cluster categories • Cluster categories are developed using EU Cluster category methodology and national classification • Analysis is based on both, no. of companies and no. of employment Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 9. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Rating method • Size – relative to sector countrywide for all cluster categories. 3 star > 7% • Dominance – in city/region relative to all cluster categories. > 3 star 7% • Specialization – Dominance in relation to size Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 10. Belgrade European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Main Concentration of Industries and Services: 3 Stars Concentrations on both categories: • Business Services 2 Stars Concentrations on both categories: • Distribution Services • Education and Knowledge Creation • Publishing and Printing 2 Stars Concentrations on one category: • Biopharmaceuticals • Communications and Equipment • Financial Services • Heavy Machinery • Hospitality and Tourism • Information Technology • Leather products • Production Technology • Transportation and Logistics Business Support Organizations: Regional Centre for SMEE Development (Regionalni centar za razvoj MSPP d.o.o. Beograd) Universities: Main Research Institutions: University of Belgrade Institute of Economics Singidunum University Institute “Mihajlo Pupin” Megatrend University Institute “Ivo Lola Ribar” Institute for traffic “CIP” Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 11. Novi Sad European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Main Concentration of Industries and Services: 3 Stars Concentrations on at least one category: • Business Services • Distribution Services • Oil and Gas Products and Services (3 stars on employment) 2 Stars Concentrations on both categories: • Publishing and Printing • Communications and Equipment • Financial Services • Information Technology • Lightening and Electrical Equipment • Medical Devices • Power Generation and Transmission • Sports, Recreational and Children Goods Business Support Organizations: ALMA MONS - Regional Agency for Development Small and Medium Enterprises, Novi Sad Vojvodina Investment Promotion Agency (VIP) Guarantee Fund of AP Vojvodina Universities: Main Research Institutions: University of Novi Sad Center for Economic Research and Strategic Studies - Vojvodina CESS Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Electrotechnics Institute “Nikola Tesla” Institute for Food Technology Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 12. Niš European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Main Concentration of Industries and Services: 2 Stars Concentrations on both categories: • Analytical Instruments • Communications and Equipment • Medical Devices • Power Generation and Transmission • Tobacco 2 Stars Concentrations on one category: • Information Technology (2 stars on Employment) • Production Technology (2 stars on Companies) Business Support Organizations: Regional Chamber of Commerce Regional Development Agency Universities: Main Research Institutions: University of Niš Health Institute Niš; Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 13. Publishing and Printing European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Novi Sad Beograd Beograd per no. of Companies per no. of Employees Total no. of Companies: 5,729 Total no. of Employees: 18,680 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 14. Medical Devices European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Novi Sad Vršac Beograd Beograd Niš Niš per no. of Companies per no. of Employees Total no. of Companies: 326 Total no. of Employees: 1,796 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 15. Plastic and Rubber European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Stara Stara Pazova Pazova Moravički Moravički okrug okrug Pirotski Pirotski okrug okrug per no. of Companies per no. of Employees Total no. of Companies: 2,691 Total no. of Employees: 14,541 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 16. Agricultural Products European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Severno-banatski okrug Severno-banatski okrug Južno-banatski Južno-banatski okrug okrug Sremski Sremski okrug okrug per no. of Companies per no. of Employees Total no. of Companies: 15,032 Total no. of Employees: 83,787 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 17. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Evaluation of 10 grantee clusters Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 18. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Clusters selected by MoERD for qualitative analysis • Automotive Cluster of Serbia • Serbian Software Cluster • Embedded software cluster • Association of Textile "Asstex" • “Feniks“-cluster of the Serbian aviation industry • “Šumadijski cvet” - Flower Producers Cluster • BIPOM Cluster – Balkan and Black Sea Industry of Agricultural Machinery • Royal Vacation – Tourism Cluster of the municipality of Kraljevo and surrounding municipalities • Agency for Wood” -Serbian Wood Processing Cluster • Serbian Film Cluster Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 19. Automotive European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Srednje-banatski okrug Novi Sad Novi Sad Sremski Beograd okrug Beograd Sremski Beograd okrug Kragujevac Mačvanski Kragujevac Mačvanski Užice okrug okrug Užice Kruševac Kruševac Niš Niš Per no. of Companies Companies in Registered Per no. of Employees Cluster Total no. of Companies: 20,075 Total no. of Employees: 63,271 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 20. Apparel (Asstex) European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Ada Ada Novi Bečej Lajkovac Valjevo Aleksinac Arilje Svrljig Ivanjica Dimitrovgrad Arilje Novi Pazar Sjenica Novi Pazar Jugoistočna Srbija Novi Pazar Babusnica Per no. of Companies Companies in Asstex Per no. of Employees Total no. of Companies: 7,904 Total no. of Employees: 34,471 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 21. ICT Sector (Software) European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Novi Sad Beograd Novi Sad Beograd Kovin Beograd Trstenik Trstenik Niš NišGadžin Han Bela Palanka ICT, per no. of Companies Companies in Serbian ICT, per no. of Employees Software Cluster Total no. of Companies: 9,557 Total no. of Employees: 27,660 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 22. ICT Sector (Embedded) European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Novi Sad Beograd Novi Sad Beograd Kovin Beograd Trstenik Trstenik Niš NišGadžin Han Bela Palanka ICT, per no. of Companies Companies in Embedded ICT, per no. of Employees Cluster Total no. of Companies: 9,557 Total no. of Employees: 27,660 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 23. Hospitality and Tourism (Royal) European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Kladovo, Novi Sad Majdanpek, Novi Sad Negotin Podunavlje Beograd Kraljevo Beograd Kraljevo Sokobanja Kraljevo Sokobanja V.Banja Zlatibor-Tara Zlatibor-Tara Kopaonik per no. of Companies Companies in Cluster per no. of Employees “Royal” Total no. of Companies: 4,704 Total no. of Employees: 63,825 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 24. Entertainment (Film) European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Beograd Novi Sad Beograd Beograd Niš per no. of Companies Companies in Film per no. of Employees Cluster Total no. of Companies: 16,957 Total no. of Employees: 32,462 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 25. Forest products European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Novi Sad Sremski Beograd Novi Sad okrug Beograd Beograd Niš Moravički okrug Zlatiborski okrug per no. of Companies Companies in Forest per no. of Employees Cluster Total no. of Companies: 8,026 Total no. of Employees: 22,469 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 26. Furniture European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Furniture Sremski Novi Sad Beograd Novi Sad okrug Beograd Šumadijski okrug Beograd Niš Raški okrug Zlatiborski okrug per no. of Companies Companies in Furniture per no. of Employees Cluster Total no. of Companies: 6,162 Total no. of Employees: 22,919 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 27. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Qualitative assessment of MoERD grantees Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 28. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Qualitative Cluster Mapping Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 29. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 30. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Software Embedded Flower Royal VacationPhoenix Asstex Film Bipom Wood 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.25 0.75 0.75 0.5 0.5 150 10 2.1 2.9 1 9.1 1 16 175 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 31. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Some impressions • Lean on business infrastructure v. Be off-balance • Find the common enemy v. Find common friends • 20/20 Vision & Strategy v. Ad hoc activities • Generate services revenue v. Grant dependency • Co-petition v. Co-existence • Absorb loads of money v. Pocket money Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 32. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Absorbing funding! 2011 2016 Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 33. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Impressions (continued) • Innovating together v. Looking for ideas • Use your Faculties v. Learning alone • Regionally connected networks v. Dispersed network • Graduating with honours v. No recognition • Advocacy v. Hoping for the best Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 34. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SECEP’s next steps Working with clusters throughout Serbia Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 35. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2nd tranche: Targeting mapping areas • Cluster assessment: Business sector structure & competitiveness, skills gaps Government • BSOs and supporting & Public Academia Institutions institutions: capacities Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 36. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT POLES OF COLLABORATION BSOs Supporting Institutions Regional clusters BSOs Supporting institutions BSOs Regional clusters Supporting Institutions Regional clusters Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 37. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT RSEDP 2 Grant scheme Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union
  • 38. European union Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SECEP IN COLLABORATION RSEDP 2 BSOs Clusters SPD SECEP Benefici aries Support to Enterprise Competitiveness and Export Promotion Project funded by the European Union

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