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Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
Linking In to Global Value Chains
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Linking In to Global Value Chains

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Global Value Chains: an Important Part of Today’s Global Business Environment …

Global Value Chains: an Important Part of Today’s Global Business Environment
Today, Canada’s business environment is a global business environment. Canadian
businesses are being forced to adapt to the ever-increasing pace, scale, and
complexity of globalization. Reductions in communication and transportation costs and
the emergence of new technologies have enabled firms of all sizes, from anywhere
in the world, to market products and services internationally. This has increased both
the scope and scale of competition. Adjusting to this new international marketplace
requires that businesses change the way they are organized and operate. The
adoption of the global value chain business model opens up numerous new options for
firms on the path to greater success.

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  • 1. A Guide for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises * Sources :
  • 2. The Rise of Global Value Chains A New Business Model Global Value Chains: an Important Part of Today’s Global Business Environment What are Global Value Chains? • every step a business takes to produce a product or service and deliver it • conception end use and beyond. ADVANTAGES:  positive impact on your business  new markets  new suppliers  new partners
  • 3. Global Value Chains
  • 4. Global Value Chain Readiness Assessment “Is your firm ready to take advantage of GVCs?” The “3 Cs” Readiness Assessment Model: Clarity, Competency and Compatibility 1. Does your firm have clarity in a strong common vision or business strategy? 2. Do you have competitive core competencies which your business can leverage? 3. Is your firm able to build compatible, well functioning business relationships?
  • 5. The First C: CLARITY • A strong and clear vision or business strategy. specify your firm’s vision and mission, the purpose of the organization goals and objectives Improving Your Firm’s Business Strategy STRATEGIC QUESTIONS = RIGHT DIRECTION 1. Where would you like to see your business 5 or 10 years from now? 2. How do you envisage getting there? 3. What do you need to focus on in order to achieve this goal? 4. What are your firm’s strengths which currently propel you towards your goals? 5. Who do you need to work with to achieve your goals? What is the best way to engage this party?
  • 6. The Second C: COMPETENCY • core competencies = internal business processes. added value strong comparative advantage in the industry. IMPORTANT = distinctive and value adding core competencies You must evaluate • Effectiveness • Efficiency • innovative quality. • Strengthening Your Core Competencies: - What should I do and what should I not do? - What should I resource and what should I not? - Who should I collaborate with to fill in the gaps? - Where should I do it?
  • 7. The Third C: COMPATABILITY • compatibility that is to say = ability to engage in well functioning business. seeking out partners assets of the global value chain. Preparing for Successful Collaboration: Tips for Building Strong Partnerships • Tip 1: ChOOSING the right partner • Tip 2: TRUST • Tip 3: AGREE upon a predefined decision-making process. • Tip 4: BENEFICAL RELATIONSHIPS = SUSTAINABLE • Tip 5: COMMITMENT = SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIPS
  • 8. Optimizing Your Global Value Chain “Opportunities to Compete in the Global Business Environnent” • Options for Optimizing your own Global Value Chain
  • 9. Moving your Plan Forward “Contact Information and Additional Resources” • resources available to support SMEs in their international expansion. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) Virtual Trade Commissioner (VTC) The TCS provides four key services: 1. helping prepare for international business 2. assisting with international market potential assessments; 3. providing qualified market contacts 4. guiding problem resolution FINANCIAL HELP • Export Development Canada (EDC) • Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)

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