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Business Cluster Development

Conceptually, business clusters have became the indispensable of economic development policy in modern economies. Because,  Certain industries are more highly concentrated in some places than in others. The competitive advantages of various regions of a country are best understood by the competitive advantages of their most prominent industries. Every place wants to be exceptionally good at something that can be translated into reputation and success in the marketplace. Clustering enables companies to focus on what they know and do nest; they need not do things they do not well. Firms also benefit from synergy. Companies able to operate more or less as a system can use their resources more efficiently and collectively produce more than the sum of their individual outputs.


Cluster-directed policies increase the efficiency of government in light of increasingly volatile and competitive markets and discriminating customers who expect rapid and customized responses and have eschewed loyalties. Successful companies must continually innovate to survive in the new environment and want a government that understands their special conditions, will be innovative itself, and can provide services in the same quick and customized ways that companies are expected to act.This poses a

real challenge for public agencies that are often mired in bureaucracy. The

clusters may also lead to more self-sustaining state economic growth. The advantages of place draw similar and complementary enterprises; with encouragement, these enterprises can ultimately breed other clusters.


The first step in any policy directed to clusters is to identify the clusters...The spatial econometrics knowledge and field experience require to determine cluster concentrations, value chains, connection and relations between the industries. After identifying the cluster, the policymakers have to understand the dynamics of the firms, which are similar processes, value-added chains, core technologies, skills or proximity to inputs and sizing up the combining firms. Finally, policymakers combine cluster firms and have to facilitate external connections between cluster members.


At Zobu Consulting, we provide help policymakers to identify and to analyse (also known as cluster mapping) the business clusters in their geographical regions with right deterministic methodology according to holding dataset. And also suggest right strategies for establishing external connections (also known as cluster facilitation) between cluster members.


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