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TCI Network 2017
Active members
450
Source: TCI Network. Data to 31.12.2016
9000 Practitioners reached
through communication
channels & act...
Organizations and persons with the common objective to make
their regions and clusters more competitive
Who is part of TCI...
Governance - Board of Directors
Christian Ketels,
President
Harvard Business
School, USA
Klaus Haasis,
Secretary
Combine I...
Governance - Board of Advisors
Antoni Subirà,
Chairperson
IESE Business School,
Barcelona, Spain
Tea Petrin,
Vice-Chairper...
TCI Secretariat
Patricia Valdenebro
CEO
Leire Oiarbide
Network
Coordinator
Jacqueline Glarner
Communications Officer
Mission and vision
We support the effective use of cluster-based
economic development approaches as tools to raise
the com...
We convene and collaborate
with the world’s leading
experts and clusters at the
highest levels of decision-
makers
What we...
10 to 15 years’ experience
In a leading position, setting strategy & designing programs and
policies
Works for an economic...
We gather and disseminate
world-class, practice-based
content and knowledge
What we do
2. Data, analytical concepts and platforms for knowledge sharing.
Fact-based policy making, cluster-oriented management in...
We promote active learning
and matchmaking within
and between our members
What we do
TCI Mentoring Program
The TCI Mentoring Program is aimed at improving the skills and
competences in cluster management of ...
We forge connections and
help build action-driven
groups of expertise who work
together to address specific
identified cha...
TCI Cluster Evaluation Group
The TCI Cluster Evaluation working group seeks to develop overall
evaluation frameworks and s...
Activities planned for 2017
10th TCI Latin American Cluster Conference
Tijuana, Baja California
13-15 June 2017
www.10clac...
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  1. 1. TCI Network 2017
  2. 2. Active members 450 Source: TCI Network. Data to 31.12.2016 9000 Practitioners reached through communication channels & activities 111 Countries worldwide TCI Network is the leading global network of professionals and organizations active in cluster-based economic development What is TCI Network
  3. 3. Organizations and persons with the common objective to make their regions and clusters more competitive Who is part of TCI Network? Source: TCI Network, 31.12.2016 Profiles of TCI members, 2016 Geografic distribution, 2016 23% 15% 15% 14% 12% 10% 5% 4% 2% 1% 0% 0% Europe, 57% Latin America & Caribbea n, 22% Asia, 8% North America, 4% Oceania, 4% Africa, 5%
  4. 4. Governance - Board of Directors Christian Ketels, President Harvard Business School, USA Klaus Haasis, Secretary Combine Innovation GmbH, Germany Alberto Pezzi, Treasurer ACCIÓ, Gov. of Catalonia, Spain Marco Llinás Bogota Chamber of Commerce, Colombia Tracy Scott- Rimington Regional Development Australia Brisbane Vincent Dugré Prologic enr., Canada Hyeyoung Cho KICOX,Korea Danka Milojkovic Cluster House, Serbia Frédéric Miribel Invest in Lyon - Aderly, France Merete Nielsen Cluster Excellence Denmark Manuel Montoya Automotive Cluster Nuevo Leon, Mexico Werner Pamminger Clusterland Upper Austria, Austria Madeline Smith Institute of Design Innovation, UK James Wilson Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness, Spain
  5. 5. Governance - Board of Advisors Antoni Subirà, Chairperson IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain Tea Petrin, Vice-Chairperson University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Sergio Arzeni INSME, Italy Michael Best University of Massachusetts, USA Bob Breault Breault Research Org. ,Tucson, USA Emiliano Duch The World Bank Group, Washington, USA Michael J. Enright Enright, Scott & Associates, Hong Kong Kenneth Lanza Grant Thornton LLP, USA Ifor Ffowcs-Williams Cluster Navigators, Ltd, Nelson, New Zealand Andy McDonald Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow, UK Piero Formica International Entrepreneurship Academy, Sweden Michael Porter Harvard Business School, USA Yves Guyon Lyon Aeroports, Lyon, France Hubert Schmitz University of Sussex Alec Hansen Development Alternatives Inc, USA Örjan Sölvell Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Eric Hansen Ec. Transformations Group, USA
  6. 6. TCI Secretariat Patricia Valdenebro CEO Leire Oiarbide Network Coordinator Jacqueline Glarner Communications Officer
  7. 7. Mission and vision We support the effective use of cluster-based economic development approaches as tools to raise the competitiveness and innovative capacity of firms, cities, regions and countries Our mission Our vision Be the leading global network of professionals and organizations active in cluster-based economic development
  8. 8. We convene and collaborate with the world’s leading experts and clusters at the highest levels of decision- makers What we do
  9. 9. 10 to 15 years’ experience In a leading position, setting strategy & designing programs and policies Works for an economic development agency Experienced in economic development & specifically in innovation, internationalization, marketing and evaluation of clusters Uses project management, cluster analysis and facilitation as tools Speaks 2-3 languages and has working experience mainly in Europe and quite probably in other regions, including developing countries With interest in paticipating in joint programmes and cooperation projects The profile of a TCI member
  10. 10. We gather and disseminate world-class, practice-based content and knowledge What we do
  11. 11. 2. Data, analytical concepts and platforms for knowledge sharing. Fact-based policy making, cluster-oriented management information systems, big-data tools, impact assessment and fact-driven policy learning. 1. Training, coaching and mentoring of professionals in the field. Activities to strengthen skills and capabilities of cluster professionals. 3. Cluster policy models aligned with specific locations and clusters. For locations, depending on the economic maturity and size of region or country For clusters, depending on the stage of their development. 4. Coordination between different units and levels of government. Integrate cluster efforts with other policies with similar policy objectives Create more clarity on roles of clusters across different levels of public sector. 5. Cluster-based approaches addressing specific policy goals Offer guidance on how to approach in an effective way specific policy areas like internationalization of SMEs, collaboration across clusters, innovation and entrepreneurship, use of clusters to address broader societal goals. Enhancing delivery, Broadening impact. Better implementation and a more strategic and coordinated use of cluster policies. Areas to improve the practice of cluster-based economic development in Europe TCI on EU Cluster Policy Download full document on www.tci-network.org/news/892
  12. 12. We promote active learning and matchmaking within and between our members What we do
  13. 13. TCI Mentoring Program The TCI Mentoring Program is aimed at improving the skills and competences in cluster management of our members. It seeks to match experienced cluster managers within the TCI Network (mentors) with cluster newcomers in an early stage of their careers (mentees). “It helped me in having a global perspective of cluster development and trying to see what is happening in other regions.” Alejandro Caicedo, Colombian Private Council on Competitiveness “Mentoring is not anymore about an expert saying something and a newcomer getting the knowledge, now it is at least in two directions.” Joan Martí, ACCIÓ Catalonia
  14. 14. We forge connections and help build action-driven groups of expertise who work together to address specific identified challenges Regional Initiatives TCI Oceania Chapter TCI Latin American Chapter Working Groups Evaluation Group What we do
  15. 15. TCI Cluster Evaluation Group The TCI Cluster Evaluation working group seeks to develop overall evaluation frameworks and share different techniques to show the value of collaboration and return on investment. Working documents Perfect Cluster Evaluation Framework Principles to Guide Cluster Evaluation Microsite: www.tci-network.org/evaluation
  16. 16. Activities planned for 2017 10th TCI Latin American Cluster Conference Tijuana, Baja California 13-15 June 2017 www.10clacbc.com 20th Anniversary TCI Global Conference Bogota, Colombia 7-9 November 2017 www.tci2017.org TCI Cluster Evaluation Group Workshop Hosted by Innovation Norway Spring 2017 www.tci-network.org/evaluation TCI conferences: TCI working groups:
  17. 17. Contact

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