Incubating international ventures in Philippines


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The world is flat. In this era of globalization, countries are forging partnerships to remain competitive in terms of trade, revenue, inputs and security. The same is needed for sustaining agriculture also. We look at how such partnerships can be leveraged for promoting Indian agribusiness ventures to new horizons and domains through trade opportunities at Africa, EU etc.

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Incubating international ventures in Philippines

  1. 1. Incubating InternationalVentures in the Philippines CHERYL MARIE U. NATIVIDAD Chief Executive Officer Optiserve Technologies, Inc.
  2. 2. Agri-entrepreneur ProductTo build better pathways for people to get connected in a borderlessworld by minimizing the risks involved in agribusiness.
  3. 3. Access to a Borderless Network Technology Production Inputs AGRIBIZ INCUB NETWORK Finance (Technical Market (Buy/Sell) Cooperation)
  4. 4. DEVELOPMENT PARADIGM Promote innovation and entrepreneurship by harnessing skills and improving competencies in various farming systems through a unified platform of technology-enabled, information-driven and people centered empowerment.
  5. 5.  Registered farmers approximately 110,000 occupying 100,000 hectares of irrigated and non-irrigated lands producing sugarcane, corn, coffee and HVCC. Clusters of farmers adopting rice-based or coconut-based farming systems.
  6. 6. Governance and Market Accountability at the Firm-level Human FarmResource/ Resource Credit and Management Financing OD System Technology
  7. 7.  Using a decision support tool that allow stakeholders to have access to right information at the right time. Mainstream a process- based information network to ensure transparency and accountability throughout the value chain.
  8. 8. 1. Developing the Agri-industrial Development Area (AIDA) model for Smallhold Agriculture in Philippines  Draw up appropriate models (e.g. hub and nodes) and platform for cooperation, collaboration and, partnership among stakeholders.  Identify key factors (e.g. information-driven management, access to common service facilities and support system, policies on fiscal and non-fiscal incentives) needed for its implementation and sustainability.
  9. 9. 2. Resourcing the Agenda through PPP Understand how MSMEs create revenues and their sustainability options, how they currently fund themselves and access finance for immediate and long-term operations through sharing successful business models, access to networks, resources (human and financial) and knowledge of RD institutes.3. Piloting the Agenda Develop SEEDS- AIDA and its service nodes and loop of agribusiness MSMEs to access new markets and draft strategies by documenting successful case studies about successful initiatives. Provide information-driven decision support system throughout the value chain and; extend match-making services through e.g. corporate farming, online platform and conducting two pilots to test the approach.
  10. 10.  Getting started right away and able to establish business presence in “partner countries” • Assistance in securing business permits and licenses • Linkage to RDIs and SCUs on R&D • Business matching Act as intermediary/facilitate collaboration amongst incubators and incubatees possibly on a B2B and B2C mode.
  11. 11.  Cooperation – declaration of support and mutual understanding. Collaboration – engagement in area/subject- specific or project-based undertakings. Partnership – medium (e.g. strategic alliance) to long-term relationships (mergers and acquisitions)