Project Title

SMEs Cluster Development through STI and Supplier Value Chain Integration 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

PPSTI 03 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPSTI 03 2016A 

Project Title

SMEs Cluster Development through STI and Supplier Value Chain Integration 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

125,000 

Co-funding Amount

154,271 

Total Project Value

279,271 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Peru; Philippines; Russia; United States; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/12/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wang Chun-Chieh 

Job Title 1

Director 

Organization 1

Metal Industries Research and Development Center (MIRDC) 

Postal Address 1

1001 Kaonan Highway, Kaohsiung 

Telephone 1

886-7 3513121 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

ccwang@mail.mirdc.org.tw 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Wang Chun-Chieh 

Project Summary

This project aims to discuss how technology with a successful and innovative business model reignites a traditional SME industry cluster, taking the green micro cars industry and the story of metal tourism factory as examples. In fact, there are 128 tourism factories in Chinese Taipei by the year 2015 which has brought nearly 130 million US dollars production value, increased at least 6,300 jobs, and driven total market value to 950 million US dollars in Chinese Taipei.

In line with the 2016 APEC’s theme of the SMEs’ green growth and STI capital development, we are willing to contribute the experience through platform methodology of Metal Industries Research & Development Centre (MIRDC) to all member economies by holding the subject activities, which includes a 1-day forum on SMEs’  cluster development with STI  integration, and 2-day workshops to design business model with strategic road-mapping and to experience the successful business models-metal Dechnology and green vehicle. Experts will join the workshops to investigate the key successful factors of the business and services for STI-based SMEs, and through which methodology we can create the environment of quality growth that consists of quality jobs, value-added products, services, platform, and the most importantly – policy and regulations. To further develop our project, we may initiate an incentive program to establish the green growth of cluster industry together with all the member economies.

Relevance

Reviewed the general development in the Asia Pacific area, the fact that SMEs account for over 90 percent of enterprises in each member economy emphasizes how important SMEs are in driving the regional economic growth. However, SMEs have suffered from financial market volatility, so technology innovation becomes the key to transforming the crisis into future opportunities. This project aims to focus on the value chain creation of SMEs and to share the integration of technology innovation and manufacturing experience of Chinese Taipei’s traditional SMEs, a process which has helped them to improve their capabilities and to move forward to higher-valued industry clusters, such as (1) Dechnology (design + technology) of metal: from pure metal industry to the value-added cultural and creative industry, and (2) plug & play: demonstration of green micro cars. By the demonstration of our best practices, we would like to help member economies to localize and optimize their own SME industry clusters. 

Project that specifically contribute to (1)encouraging SMES to participate in their own economies' drafting and implementation of STI strategy and the best practice sharing among APEC economies; (2)the demonstration of building an open innovation platform for SMES to adopt STI through 2 cases ; (3) Supply Chain Connectivity: In the smart micro EV case, display ICT integration and electric vehicle platform with plug & play function, promote STI market application and local cluster formation, and boost interregional industrial cooperation. Another case is metal Dechnology, which connects the original metal cluster to SMEs in local culture and creative industry.

Objectives

1) Create a platform with strong STI resource and database which guide people with know-how in planning a start-up company and building up their own supply chain by accelerating the process from idea to innovation. In addition, SMEs could build up a collaboration network and integrate their capabilities pivoted to the platform;

2) Share Chinese Taipei’s best practice on applying the methodology of “DECHNOLOGY” (design + technology) via a platform of tourism factories on SMEs which has been constructed as a transformable framework ready to share with SMEs in APEC member economies;

3) Share Chinese Taipei’s best practices on the open innovation platform, namely the Plug & Play, of smart EV which brings APEC member economies an application example on linking their local EV industry, their supply chain, a localized operation mode and industry clusters based on local requests.

Alignment

In alignment with APEC’s main theme: “Quality Growth and Human Development” and with one of the priorities: “towards the modernization of MSMEs in the Asia-Pacific area,” the project will focus on SMEs’ quality growth and methodology to promote industry cluster emergence, with two successful cases in Chinese Taipei. Being short of capital and human resource, SMEs are finding it hard to develop new STI to remain innovative and ensure sustainability without external resources from other enterprises or the government. As an SME-based economy entity, Chinese Taipei is also distinguished for its hundreds of existing, as well as several emerging, industry clusters which have contributed to the current economic status. The cases demonstrated in the project denote two successful stories respectively which Chinese Taipei has implemented for SME modernization in recent years, and will be suitable paradigms for APEC member economies. 

The project conforms to goals and objectives of PPSTI’s proposed work plan relating to “promoting enabling environment for innovation” in 2016 with a brief dilatation as follows:

1) Accelerate Commercialization of Science and Technology: with the demonstration of two best practices in Chinese Taipei; the project can contribute to the commercialization and investments for STI products to all member economies by sharing successful models of acceleration; namely, a methodology of “DECHNOLOGY” (design + technology) via a platform of tourism factories and green vehicles to promote the emergence of industry clusters based on SMEs; and

2) Promote Public-Private-Partnerships for Science and Technological Innovation: The two cases presented in the project involve public resources input, including: STI capacity improvement, platform initiative, innovative product development, business model planning, etc. The processes and experiences have been organized into a transferable methodology and policy recommendations which will assist member economies in enhancing public-private-partnerships in the initial stage of industry cluster development.

TILF/ASF Justification

Technology innovation plays a key role for the developing economies, especially when their industries face to transforming and upgrading. Moreover, their majority SME is the primary force to drive, attempt, and form the new innovation models. Most SME still use the internal R&D-based “Closed innovation type” for STI implementation. However, industrial environments change dramatically in the whole world. “Single fight mode” is not enough to compete with today’s world. 

This project will demonstrate how SMEs use open-innovation platform to cross-field integration, and combine with the external partners and resources to co-innovation. We share the experience and case-studies through an open innovation platform methodology of tourism factory and micro car. The tourism factory experience may not be a new concept, but we focus on the combination with Dechnology and regional supply chain, which will become a new model to expand the existing cluster. Another experience of the micro car, which displays ICT integration and electric vehicle platform with plug & play function, promotes STI market application and local cluster formation, while boosting interregional industrial cooperation. Open innovation platform is of particular importance in developing economies where STI-based SMEs can create the environment of quality growth that consists of quality jobs, value-added products, services, platform and most importantly, policy and regulations.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The primary output of the project includes:

1) Contest on Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle:

a) Metal Dechnology: designing original ideas on how to improve human life with material consisting of more than fifty percent of metal

b) Green Vehicle: any creative ideas focused on micro EV applications scenarios in each APEC market

c) Consequently deliver each best 3 winners among the proposers from Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle

2) Forum: Invite global and local experts of SME value chain integration; the forum will explore global benchmarking and key successful factors (KSF) of the best practices of SME value chain integration through science, technology and innovation (STI) all over the world.

3) Demonstration: As the outputs of Open Innovation Platform (OIP), this demonstration is the best practice to show Chinese Taipei’s' experience in transforming ideas to prototype, and even into the process of commercialization.

4) Workshop: Guided by experts, the participants will start from the innovation initiation, followed by SMEs’ value chain readiness assessment and on-site practice to draft a policy recommendation proposal.

5) Policy Recommendation Report: Final report contains policy recommendation and related feasibility survey. 

The themes, assessment procedures, review mechanism and all the judges for the contest will be determined by Feb. 2017. The judging committee organized by Chinese Taipei and other 4 Co-Sponsoring economies will have a total of at least 10 commissioners. The judges will include scholars, experts or policy makers from the above 5 economies (2 judges for each) to evaluate all the submitted works via on-line review. The works are mainly submitted from university or college students under the themes of Dechnology of metal and Micro EV aimed at STI, market potential and scenario requirements for the APEC members. At least 20 pieces of submitted works from at least 5 APEC economies will be included.

The value of contest can be embodied in two ways: first, the results can be used as reference for the planning of training curriculum for Metal Dechnology, second, they may help APEC members to understand various regions’ market demands for electric vehicles, which are helpful in initiating policies.

The intellectual property of all proposals for the contest shall belong to their rightful owners, i.e. the developers.

The forum and workshop are to be held for a continuous 3-day agenda in Oct 2017, Kaohsiung/Tainan, Chinese Taipei.  The first day is for the forum and the following 2 days are for the workshops. The participants are expected to include SME owners, technical experts, policy makers and the marketing persons who are interested in tourism factory operation, cultural & creative industry and green electric vehicle innovations. The welcome party for the award ceremony will be held on the first forum night. The top three winners of the Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle contest are invited to attend the ceremony and obtain honorable certificate award and medals at the forum venue. 

All outputs will be consolidated in a report which contains policy recommendations to focus on SME green growth priority setting, STI foundation enhancement procedure and value chain integration mechanism to open the innovation platform. 

Outcomes: 

1) Contest on Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle:

a) To be used as reference for the planning of training curriculum

b) To be used as a sample to utilize resources of dechnology OIP so that ideas can become real products.

c) Help APEC members to understand various regions’ market demands for electric vehicles and how to integrate an SME supply chain to create value.

d) Provide a platform for university or college students to share their innovations on the Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle.

The expenses about contest shall not be afforded from APEC budgets and the intellectual property of all submitted works shall belong to their rightful owners, i.e. the developers.

2) Forum and workshop: both forum and workshop are held in October, 2017 with 3-day continuous duration in Chinese Taipei.

a) Forum: The theme of the forum is expected to be: “In search of metal Dechnology and Micro Green Vehicle”.  The forum of global benchmarking, KFS investigation of best practices, value chain readiness level assessment on SMEs, value chain integration and case studies on metal tourism and micro EV will be conducted as well.  The expected participants include responsible persons of SMEs from APEC member economies who are interested in the electric vehicle industry, tourism factory operations, cultural and creative industry, alongside the policy-making representatives in charge of SME clusters and STI development.

b) Demonstration: The demonstration could be a reference for participants and industry representatives to come up with ideas when brainstorming for the value chain creation of local SMEs.

c) Workshop: Furthermore, a 2-day workshop, categorized into 2 topic objectives: the sheet metal OIP based chiefly on tourism and an open chassis platform based chiefly on micro EV, respectively, and will be implemented in order to assist SMEs in APEC economies to bring their flexibility, energy and local advantages into full play through STI activities. It would demonstrate the sharing of experiences and promote collaboration to establish a channel for exchanges and co-work among APEC members, and connect future business opportunities for STI application and related industry clusters.

3) Policy recommendation report: In addition, SMEs’ value chain readiness assessment for each APEC member and a policy recommendation on SMEs’ green growth priority setting for all members will be delivered by Oct. 2017.  These assessment and policy recommendations will be expected to promote STI market applications and local cluster formation, and boost interregional industrial cooperation among APEC members, as well as human resource development. Meanwhile, innovative business models that apply STI to drive cluster formations and innovations in SMEs will be anticipated.

Beneficiaries: 

1) SMEs and MSMEs will be the main beneficiaries. The project will provide SMEs with guidance on how to join supply chains of metals and green vehicle SMEs. Through experiencing transformation and technological innovation application demonstration of Dechnology, as well as demonstration and training of EV, each participant will have the capability to integrate local STI resources and constitute a platform in his/her economy. These SMEs and MSME will be targeted mainly about metal Dechnology and green vehicle related as well. Chinese Taipei will contact all main liaison of every APEC economy and hopefully obtain the recommended list from each of them. These enterprises in the list are what we would like to invite and select. 

2) Policy makers will benefit from workshops, demonstrations and platform operation. APEC member economies can share their experiences in the policy formulation of fabricated metal products and EV industry development, technical development, commercial model innovation and environmental setup. Based on the aforementioned experiences, each member economy will have the capability to stipulate its own policy based on development of SME and environmental improvement. The ministries of technology, research and education are expected to be targeted. However, in order to obtain wide interaction among all economies, the level of technical related participants are expected for engineers and the high level managers. At the workshop, about 50 percentage of female participants are expected to join it and be the same percentage from developing economies as well.

Dissemination

The output of the project (contest results, forum and workshop presentation materials and feasible policy report, etc.) will be distributed on the website for easy access by all participants, PPSTI, other fora (SMEWG and EWG), and any other stakeholders interested in this project. In addition, a policy recommendation report will be published with at least the following contents:

a) Feasible policies  to promote the development of relevant SMEs in the metal product and electric vehicle industries

b) Policy proposals for promoting cooperation among APEC member states and human resource development

c) Business model that applies STI to drive cluster formations and innovations in SMEs 

The report will also be available to download on website not only for participants or policy makers, but also academics, research institutes, owners of SMEs, NGOs, and so on. 

The website will be planned and organized in accordance with ‘APEC Website Guidelines’ (Sep., 2013) and related guidelines, including APEC Publication Guidelines, Logo Guidelines and IP Policy. The website is due to start in March, 2017 and will last for one year only. The website will be hosted by MIRDC and all the expense will be self-funded under the budget of communication. 

The target audience includes responsible persons of SMEs from APEC member states who are interested in the electric vehicle industry, tourism factory operations, cultural & creative industry and tourism industry; Government departmental representatives in charge of the promotion of industrial policies, professors or students, research personnel of research institutes, people working in NGOs, designers or producers are also on the target audience list. 

The contest entrants will own the IP of the relevant submissions. PO will inform all participants:

1) the demonstration is solely for display purposes, and the items on display are in no way endorsed by APEC;

2) APEC will not be held liable for any and all losses, damages, rights claims and actions of any kind resulting from the outcomes arising from the contest. 

The demonstration will be an innovation practice that educates the participants for more concept developments with localized thoughts. Such experience could be brought back to their own economies for further extensions or applications.

Gender

The project will seek to engage a gender-balanced profile of member representatives in order to promote equal gender engagement. There will be a concerted effort during the project to build capacity in men and women equally by encouraging APEC economies to include women in their attendee list for the forum and workshop. Having women representatives attending the forum and workshop will ensure that women as well as men will continue to be engaged with the project and build capacity in the implementation of the project. Participants from both genders will be given the opportunity to share their experiences during the forum and workshops. The forum and workshop facilitators will take care to solicit audience feedback from female and male participants so that an even range of perspectives is shared. A special focus on female participants from the developing APEC economies, and the target ratio of female participants would be 50%, in both forum and the workshop.

Work Plan

The project will proceed in 7 steps of 4 stages as follows: 

Month/Year

Activity

Output

 October/2016

Contract with APEC Secretariat

A contract

 Stage 1. Preparation of contest, forum and workshop: 

Month/Year

Activity

Output

November/2016

Roadmap activities

December/2016-

February/2017

–  The milestone development of forum and pre-workshop scheduling

–  Establish an official website for communication, registration and promotion of contest, forum and workshops

–  Invite member economies to recommend keynote speakers, moderators and judges

–  Draft the assessment procedure of the contest

–  Draft the agenda of forum and workshop

–  Pre-study and literature review of feasible policy

.  A draft of the milestone (theme/subject) and detailed schedule/arrangement of forum and workshop

‧ A draft list of honorable chair, speakers and moderators of the forum

‧ A draft of the assessment procedure of the contest

 March-April/ 2017

–  Completion of the milestone (theme/subject) and detailed schedule/arrangement of forum and workshops

–  Confirmation of the list of honorable chair, speakers and moderators of the forum

–  Official website test run and function validation.

– Formal announcement of the contest procedure on website

–  Preparation meeting in Chinese Taipei to decide on the theme of the contest and contest details

– Preview of feasible policy

‧ The theme and assessment procedure of the contest

‧ List of judges and the assessment procedures/review mechanism of the contest

‧ List of honorable chair and keynote speakers, etc.

‧ List of editors for feasible policy report

Stage 2. Invite speakers, moderators and participants of the forum and workshops, call for contest works, and announcement details of the forum and workshops: 

Month/Year

Activity

Output

April-June/ 2017

–  Call for works on the themes of Dechnology and Micro EV for each APEC member combined with promotion activities

–  Formal announcement of the forum and workshops, and starting to invite all APEC members to participate in the forum and workshops

–  Participants to submit the works on the metal Dechnology & micro EV car applications.

–  Contest on-line review

–  Editors’ 1st version meeting of feasible policy report

. Promotional material for the contest, forum and workshops

. Work for contest

.  Invitation letters to honorable chair, keynote speakers, etc.

‧ 1st version of feasible policy report

July-September/ 2017

– Announcement of the top three

–  Arrangement of the forum and workshops

–  Receiving participants’ registration for forum and workshops

–  Editors’ 2nd version meeting of feasible policy report

. List of the ranked top three

 .  Detailed arrangements and rundown of forum and workshops

2nd version of feasible policy report


Stage 3. Hosting a forum, workshop and related activities in Chinese Taipei:
 

Month/Year

Activity

Output

October/ 2017

–  Forum on SME value chain integration: 1 day in Kaohsiung, including award ceremony for each top three contests

–  Workshop on dechnology OIP: 1 day in Tainan, including metal innovative work practice and tourism factory visit to learn and experience the business model other than metal industry, etc.

–  Workshop on plug & play OIP: 1 day in Kaohsiung City, including light electric vehicle technology application case study and experience for EV ride etc.

–  Editors’ final version meeting of feasible policy report

‧ Hosting forum, workshops and relevant activities

‧ Final and approved version of feasible policy report

Stage 4. Final report of the innovation initiation, SMEs’ value chain readiness assessment for each APEC member. Policy recommendation be delivered: 

Month/Year

Activity

Output

December/ 2017

– Submission of final report

Report for APEC members on the platform consolidation and policy recommendations for the consolidation

Risks

1) Low interest in participation or in using results: The focus of the project was developed based on the expressed interest of the host economy, as well as other APEC economies. The survey will ensure that a broader range of interests and concerns are represented. The project assumes that the participants are eager to learn, receptive to new ideas and willing to apply and share new concepts in their workplace. The topics discussed are centered on the major concerns of metal industry innovation, electric vehicle industry, tourism factory operations and cultural and creative industry, which are important and interesting issues, thus minimizing the likelihood of this risk.

2) Unsuitable selection of speakers: One of the risks is to ensure a selection of good speakers in order to make the most of the forum and workshops. The speakers should be, but are not limited to, authority officials to represent government, metal industry specialists and green vehicle experts, with others from relevant organizations, which aim to reflect various perspectives. In organizing the activity, the proponent assumes that the invited speakers are knowledgeable and cogent communicators, and that the workshop leaders are effective in structuring discussions and eliciting participation. A lot of the success of the workshops will depend on the abilities of the speakers and the openness of the participants. The Organizers will work closely with the co-host and solicit the input of experts to nominate and invite the most suitable speakers for the forum and workshops.

3) Difficulty translating recommendations to home economy situation: Although this project does not extend to the implementation of the recommendation in home economies, participants will be encouraged to share their best practices and lessons learned on integrating metal and green vehicle industry innovation.

Monitoring and Evaluation

A regular review will be made at least once in a month on the progress of the event planning and outputs according to the work plan, to ensure that the project is being implemented according to schedule. Following the regulations of APEC, the Principal Overseer will keep the Program Director and Program Executive informed of the latest progress through periodic meetings at intervals of no more than two months. A monitoring report will be submitted to the Secretariat as requested.

The indicators used to monitor the achievement of objectives of this project shall include:

1) Contest on Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle application scenario: At least 10 pieces of submitted works from Metal Dechnology and Green Vehicle application respectively.

2) Forum/workshops: To be held in Chinese Taipei for three days with more than 100 persons participating. The theme of the forum is expected to be: “In search of metal Dechnology and Micro Green Vehicle”.  The forum of global benchmarking, KFS investigation of best practices, value chain readiness level assessment on SMEs, value chain integration and case studies on metal tourism and micro EV will be conducted as well. The first workshop includes one metal creation of fabricated metal production in tourism factory and dechnology demonstration. The second workshop includes demonstration and related technical seminar focused on green vehicle. These two workshop participants will include more than 30 persons.

3) Policy recommendation report: at least 5,000 page views and 100 downloads from the official website of this project.

Linkages

The project aims to promote that the metal and automotive industries establish the technological innovation abilities of SMEs and bring about the related industrial chains or cluster formation. Additionally the project pushes the creation of SME value chains, promotes the application of green energy, links with SMEWG to speed up SME innovative startups, links with EWG. Experts from STI-based SME and representatives from SMEWG and EWG will be invited to join the workshops and explore the key successful factors of the business and services which may increase the percentage of EVs and facilitate excellent low carbon energy lifestyle through SMEWG’s network.

Sustainability

This project’s outcome will be expected to promote STI market application and local cluster formation, and boost interregional industrial cooperation among APEC members and human resource development and yield innovative business model proposals. Chinese Taipei shares the experiences on the Dechnology platform for trans-industrial integration and open innovation platform for micro EV plug & play demonstration with APEC economies, thereby bringing about the optimization of SMEs’ industry cluster development and promoting the transformation of local traditional industries.

Linkages between needs and supply should be made. Collaboration among APEC members is highly expected in the follow-up activity, such as how to assist APEC member to transform the original industry clusters to new value-added cultural and creative industry clusters, as well as how to develop a local market preferable micro green vehicle to improve the environment in most megacities. Furthermore, the policy recommendations on value chain integration mechanism to open innovation platform, STI foundation enhancement procedure and SMEs’ green growth priority setting are playing significant roles on maintaining industries sustainability. The Metal Processing R&D Department at MIRDC shall be incorporated with this plan and will be considered optimistically to implement some collaborations with other economy about STI applications in future years.  This plan is the trigger to connect MIRDC with other economy on both metal and green vehicle fields.

Project Overseers

The project overseer is Mr. Chun-Chieh Wang (Jack), the Director in the Metal Processing R&D Department at MIRDC. He has background expertise in the metal-tech field, such as Vice Secretary General in TFA, Secretary General in TMA, Executive Committee Secretary in Asian Light Metals Association, Director in TFA, and Awards Committee member in Light Metals Association. He also led several metal-tech projects that aimed to build R&D capacity for supporting the metal industries in Chinese Taipei. Director Wang is also responsible for the projects regarding SMEs’ development and value-added issues in traditional industrial projects.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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