Project Title

Towards MSMEs Internationalisation: Study on the Final Review of the Boracay Action Agenda and Forum on Building Global MSMEs 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

SME 11 2019A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SME 11 2019A 

Project Title

Towards MSMEs Internationalisation: Study on the Final Review of the Boracay Action Agenda and Forum on Building Global MSMEs 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) 

Project Year

2019 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

106,930 

Co-funding Amount

5,000 

Total Project Value

111,930 

Sponsoring Forum

Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG) 

Topics

Small and Medium Enterprises 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Philippines 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Hong Kong, China; Malaysia; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/01/2020 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2020 

Project Proponent Name 1

Marie Sherylyn D Aquia 

Job Title 1

Division Chief 

Organization 1

Department of Trade and Industry 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(63-2) 4653300 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

SherylynAquia@dti.gov.ph/ 

Project Proponent Name 2

Ana Clarisa D Abastillas 

Job Title 2

Trade and Industry Development Specialist 

Organization 2

Department of Trade and Industry 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

(63-2) 4653300 

Fax 2

Applicable 

Email 2

AnaClarisaAbastillas@dti.gov.ph 

Declaration

Marie Sherylyn D Aquia and Ana Clarisa D Abastillas 

Project Summary

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are one of the major pillars of economic development in APEC economies.  Through greater participation in international trade, MSMEs can increase their contribution to development.  Building on APEC’s extensive work on MSME development, APEC adopted the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs (BAA) in 2015 to provide a structure to APEC’s goal of increasing MSMEs’ participation in global commerce. 

To conclude the implementation of the BAA in 2020, a final review will be conducted to assess APEC’s overall progress in implementing the BAA. The goal is to discuss how far APEC has gone towards its 2020 goal of developing global MSMEs, as well as identify ways forward for APEC, including the development of a new framework which will give structure to APEC’s agenda on MSMEs. 

In this regard, the Philippines proposes a study to review the implementation of the BAA and the regional challenges towards global MSMEs and their participation in international trade.  The findings will be presented in a two-day forum.  The forum will discuss (1) challenges and opportunities for MSMEs in the region; (2) APEC’s contributions to the inclusive and sustainable growth agenda; (3) achievements and challenges in implementing the BAA and areas for future work; (4) best practices in supporting the globalization of MSMEs; and (5) advancing APEC’s MSME agenda.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of APEC economies, making up over 97 percent of total enterprises and employing over 50 percent of the workforce across the region.  MSME are significant contributors of economic growth, trade, employment, poverty alleviation and innovation, and their internationalization is key to realizing inclusive growth and development.
  
Adopted by Leaders in 2015, the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs (BAA-MSMEs) underscores the significance of the participation of MSMEs in global commerce to inclusive growth.  Recalling the timeline in the BAA, APEC conducted the BAA’s midterm review of the progress of economies in implementing the action agenda in 2018 and will conclude the implementation of the BAA with a final review and reporting in 2020, to assess APEC’s overall progress in implementing the BAA.

In this regard, the Philippines is proposing to review the implementation of the BAA and the regional challenges towards global MSMEs and their participation in international trade.  The findings will be presented in a two-day forum which will be organized during the “BAA Week” in Boracay, Philippines. The forum will discuss (1) challenges and opportunities for MSMEs in the region; (2) APEC’s contributions to the inclusive and sustainable growth agenda; (3) achievements and challenges in implementing the BAA and areas for future work; (4) best practices in supporting the globalization of MSMEs; and (5) advancing APEC’s MSME agenda.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project seeks funding from the ASF-MSME Sub Fund.  The project supports and draws on the direction established by the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs, the APEC Iloilo Initiatives: Growing Global MSMEs for Inclusive Development and the SMEWG Strategic Plan 2013-2016 and 2017-2020.  The project will directly involve MSMEs in the developing APEC economies as the main participants of the forum.

Relevance – Capacity Building: MSMEs account for over 90 percent of businesses and employ over half of the workforce across APEC economies, thus the project will benefit most if not all of the member economies.  In addition, the project through the forum, will discuss the different priority actions of the BAA which are part of the key elements of the SMEWG Strategic Plan to address critical issues pertaining to the growth of MSMEs such as 1) internet and digital economy, 2) entrepreneurship, 3) financing for business expansion and capability development and 4) market access.  This is in line with what the MSME sub-fund intends which is to integrate the key elements of the SMEWG Strategic Plan and to support the building of inclusive economies.    The MSME sub-fund, among others, intends to integrate key elements of the SME working group (SMEWG) Strategic Plan and to support the building of inclusive economies.

Objectives

The overall objective of the proposal is to assess the implementation of the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs (BAA) through a study and forum and to develop recommendation to advance APEC’s work on MSMEs, including possible new framework for MSME internationalization.


Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  This project aligns well with APEC’s 2019 overarching theme of “Inclusive, Comprehensive and Sustainable Growth with People at the Center”.  It supports Chile’s priority for 2019 on “Digital Society”, “Integration 4.0” and “Sustainable and Inclusive Growth”.  Furthermore, the proposed project supports the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs, and the APEC Growth Strategy adopted by Leaders in 2010.  It will also contribute to the realization of the APEC Strategy for Strengthening Quality Growth in 2020. 

Alignment – Forum: The project, through the study and a forum, will discuss the priority actions of the BAA which is aligned to and directly supports the SMEWG’s Strategic Plan on 1) Entrepreneurship, innovation and internet and digital economy, 2) Financing for business expansion and capability development, 3) Inclusive business ecosystem that support SME growth and 4) Market access for SMEs.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:

a.  A Study Report will be drafted to assess among others APEC’s achievements for the past five years, challenges encountered in implementing the BAA and areas for improvement and recommendations to further improve APEC’s actions and advance new ideas and initiatives in support of MSME internationalization.  The Project Overseers (POs) plan to contract a consultant to do the study. The proposed methodology involves desk review of all initiatives related to the BAA as manifested in the project documents submitted to APEC.  This will cover all projects and initiatives of all economies that have documents submitted to APEC Secretariat. Thus, a profile of the set of projects will be presented. This would include indicators on the number of projects by proponent economy, by other supporting economies, by the target BAA item being supported, the type of project or initiative, average cost, etc. In addition, Text analysis using NVivo shall be conducted to analyze the documents to obtain additional information related to the “goodness of fit” of the initiative or project to the BAA item.  The Study report will have around 20 - 30 pages including figures and tables.  A power point presentation shall be prepared to share the results of the Study Report which will be presented during the Global MSME Forum.

b. A two-day global MSME forum will be held in Boracay, Philippines in 2020.  The results of the draft study will be presented during the forum.  The forum will also tackle issues including, but not limited to:  i) current state of MSMEs globally and the benefits and challenges in participating in international trade; ii) exploring new areas of cooperation, (i.e. innovative MSMEs, traditional and heritage MSMEs, green and sustainable MSMEs, inclusive and responsible business) iii) APEC economies to discuss on the accomplishments and challenges in implementing the BAA and and recommend possible areas for future work; iv) best practices in supporting the globalization of MSMEs; and v) advancing APEC’s MSME agenda.

Speakers/Experts from international institutions such as World Trade Organization (WTO), the International Trade Center (ITC), Asia Pacific Finance Forum (APFF) and the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC) will be invited as moderators or speakers to discuss issues on, but not limited to finance, women-led MSMEs and challenges faced by MSMEs in participating in international trade.  POs will also invite speakers from different APEC economies to discuss new areas of cooperation (emerging issues/trends) such as the 4
th industrial revolution, traditional and heritage MSMEs (i.e. speaker from New Zealand), green and sustainable MSMEs and inclusive business.  Government representatives (i.e. SMEWG Chair, APEC Secretariat, and Philippine Department of Trade and Industry officials) will provide insights on creating an enabling policy environment for MSMEs.  

MSMEs and MSME policy makers from the different APEC economies who are engaged in international trade or intend to grow their business through international trade or are involved in policy and cooperation activities will be the primary target participants of the forum.

c.   A Summary Report of the proceedings will be produced as one of the project outputs.  The report will reflect a summary of the presentation of the study, discussions made during the forum and recommendation in advancing APEC’s MSME agenda.  The Summary Report will be around 20-30 pages which will include the annexes of the forum program, profile of speakers and moderators, list of participants, photo highlights of the event and results of the open forum.  The Summary Report will be submitted as an APEC Publication.  

tcomes:    

The outcomes that directly support the project objectives are:

a)   Through the forum and the Study Report, an assessment of APEC’s progress in addressing trade and investment barriers that hinders MSMEs’ participation in regional and global trade will be considered.

b)   Discussions during the forum will also delve into viable recommendations to advance APEC’s work on MSMEs, including a possible new framework to serve as a guide for implementation.  These recommendations will be reflected in the summary report.

c)   In terms of sharing of best practices and policies to foster MSME-friendly trade environment, the forum will provide opportunities for participants to create a network among APEC economies and experts, which has a potential to provide inputs to facilitate further discussions.  The forum discussions and presentations will enable participants to have a broader knowledge on the policies and practices of the different APEC economies when it comes to MSME internationalization thereby identify cooperation areas for APEC.   

Beneficiaries: The main beneficiaries and funded APEC participants of this project are MSMEs or MSME Policy makers from the APEC economies which includes women-led MSMEs.  The targeted participants are the MSME or MSME,  policy makers, international organizations and industry associations. MSMEs ecision makers proprietor/ownersher there was a forty percent increase in the rticipant of the forum. lights of the event   Since issues that will be discussed during the forum will be cross cutting (e.g. trade facilitation, e-commerce, finance, women, traditional and heritage MSMEs, green and sustainable MSMEs and Inclusive Business) all MSMEs who are engaged in international trade or intended to grow their business by engaging in international trade will benefit from the forum.  

The indirect or secondary beneficiaries will be government officials. The POs intend to invite the PSU, APEC Secretariat, the chairs of relevant APEC fora and representative from the legislature. Discussions on the different cross cutting issues that affect MSMEs will guide them in policy making. 

Dissemination

The forum will be paperless or semi-paperless, thus a google drive account will be set-up for participants and speakers wherein the presentations and pictures will be uploaded.  

The Study Report will discuss among others challenges encountered in implementing the BAA and areas for improvement and recommendations to further improve APEC’s actions and advance new ideas and initiatives in support of MSME internationalization.

The Summary Report will reflect highlights of the proceedings of the Forum.  The Summary Report will be around 20-30 pages which will include the annexes of the forum program, profile of speakers and moderators, list of participants, photo highlights of the event and results of the open forum. 

The Summary Report of the proceedings and the Study Report presented in the forum will be submitted to the APEC Secretariat for review and circulated to the SMEWG and SOM for endorsement.   Once endorsed, the final draft of the Summary Report and the Study Report will be transmitted to the APEC Secretariat to be published as an APEC Publication official website.  Both Study Report and the Summary Report will be available as APEC Publications.   

There is no intention to sell the outputs arising from this project.

Gender

One of the priority actions of the BAA is to strengthen focus on MSMEs led by women. In this regard, the project organizers (POs) will be inviting women speakers and women entrepreneurs who will play an active role in the forum to discuss enabling conditions for women-owned MSMEs.  The POs are targeting at least 50 percent female participation as speakers, and 50% as participants in the event. 

The project promotes women’s economic empowerment through the following pillars: skills, capacity building and health and innovation and technology. 

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event.  This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Time

Tasks

Deliverable

January 2020

Draft Terms of Reference for the consultant

Bid and choose consultants for the drafting of the study

 Submit name and details of consultant to APEC Secretariat for the contract

Terms of Reference

CV of consultants

Contract with contractor

February - March 2020

Commence drafting of the study

Submission of 1st draft

Finalize the study

Initial draft of study

January – March 2020

Over-all preparation for the forum

Finalize venue of event

Draft the agenda and invitations

Identify possible speakers and participants

Draft the General Information

Draft agenda, invitation

April 2020

Send out invitations to speakers and participants

Circulate the invitation and general information note to APEC

Invitation and general information

April 2020

Submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report to APEC Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

June 2020

Conduct the Forum in Boracay, Philippines

Present the study in the forum

Forum

Draft Study Report

July - Nov 2020

Document the key outcomes of the forum

Present key outcomes at the Concluding SOM meeting in Malaysia

Finalize the Summary and Study Reports

Summary Report

Study Report

December 2020 –

February 2021

Drafting, submission and endorsement of the APEC Project Completion Report and all supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

June 2021

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects.

Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Risks

Selection of good speakers.  The POs will be working with a consultant who will provide guidance in selecting appropriate speakers for the event.  The POs will also work with co-sponsor economies and relevant international organizations and institutions to solicit recommendations of potential speakers.  In case of last minute speaker cancellations, the POs will identify possible back-up speakers. 

Selection of participants.  Participants may not actively contribute during the plenary discussions and open forum.  To mitigate the risk, the PO will work closely with APEC economies, especially travel eligible economies in identifying suitable participants for the forum.

Not having the desired number of funded participants.  This may be due to the delay of nomination from APEC economies and last minute cancellations of funded participants.  The PO will manage such risk by sending out invitations early and follow up the responses to the invitation especially those from the travel eligible economies.

Low over-all participation.  Aside from the APEC funded participants, the PO will ensure that there will be a good turn-out from local participants by sending out invitations early and following up the different economies and agencies. 

Low quality of review of survey from participants. The POs will disseminate the survey questionnaires on the first day to provide them time to go through the survey form and will follow them up upon registering on the second day of the event.  In the event that submission is insufficient POs will email participants and send a soft copy of the survey sheet.

Economies not applying knowledge learned or adopting recommendations from the project.  POs will provide clear guidance on how recommendations and best practices may be adopted in their own circumstances.

Monitoring and Evaluation

To ensure that the objectives of the project are met, the POs together with the consultant and other agencies will determine the content of the agenda, selection of speakers, moderators, experts and participants for the forum.  The POs will conduct a post evaluation survey of the participants to assess that the objectives are achieved.  The post evaluation will determine whether there was a forty percent increase in at least fifty percent of the participants.

The project is targeting 80 – 90 participants, 20 of which will come from the APEC travel eligible economies.  The main   50 percent of the participants will be women-led MSMEs, industry representatives and representatives from government and international organizations.  More than 50 percent of the project overseers’ team will be women.  The POs will also work closely with the APEC secretariat to encourage other participants from non-travel eligible APEC economies to attend.  These targets will be referenced through the participants and speakers’ attendance sheet and the post survey that will be conducted.  The primary target participants of the forum are MSMEand policy makers from the different APEC economies.

In addition, a Summary Report on the results of the forum will be prepared based on the study and discussions during the forum.  The Summary Report will be submitted to the APEC Secretariat for review and clearance to be uploaded and e-published in the APEC website.  The results will be presented during the SME Working Group and SME Ministerial Meeting in Malaysia.

Output

Description

Forum

a.     A two-day global MSME forum will be held in Boracay, Philippines in June 2020. 

The results of the draft study will be presented during the forum.  The forum will also tackle issues including, but not limited to:  i) current state of MSMEs globally and the benefits and challenges in participating in international trade; ii) exploring new areas of cooperation, (i.e. innovative MSMEs, traditional and heritage MSMEs, green and sustainable MSMEs, inclusive and responsible business) iii) APEC economies to discuss on the accomplishments and challenges in implementing the BAA and recommend possible areas for future work; iv) best practices in supporting the globalization of MSMEs; and v) advancing APEC’s MSME agenda. 

Speakers/Experts from international institutions such as World Trade Organization (WTO), the International Trade Center (ITC), Asia Pacific Finance Forum (APFF) and the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC) will be invited as moderators or speakers to discuss issues on, but not limited to finance, women-led MSMEs and challenges faced by MSMEs in participating in international trade.  POs will also invite speakers from different APEC economies to discuss new areas of cooperation (emerging issues/trends) such as the 4th industrial revolution, traditional and heritage MSMEs (i.e. speaker from New Zealand), green and sustainable MSMEs and inclusive business.  Government representatives (i.e. SMEWG Chair, APEC Executive Director, and Philippine Department of Trade and Industry Secretary) will provide insights on creating an enabling policy environment for MSMEs.  

MSMEs from the different APEC economies who are engaged in international trade or intend to grow their business by engaging in international trade will be the primary target participants of the forum.

Participants:

o    80-90 pax with fifty percent women in attendees.

o    Government officials – government agencies in charge of developing SME-related policies and regulations

o    MSME associations or a typical retail MSME in an economy since these participants will either be able to disseminate information from the Forum to similar events in their home economies or able to provide pragmatic experience during Q&A at the Forum. Participants will be selected and nominated through APEC economies’ SMEWG focal points.

Summary Report

A Project Summary Report of around 20-30 pages with outcomes and recommendations

from the Forum will be presented to SMEWG. Such report will be composed of the

following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the

presentations made at the Forum, recommendations made by Workshop attendants

and the project consultant.

The Summary Report will be published and uploaded onto the APEC Publication website.

Study Report

A Study Report will be drafted to assess among others APEC’s achievements for the past five years, challenges encountered in implementing the BAA and areas for improvement and recommendations to further improve APEC’s actions and advance new ideas and initiatives in support of MSME internationalization. 

The Project Overseers (POs) plan to contract a consultant to do the study. The proposed methodology involves desk review of all initiatives related to the BAA as manifested in the project documents submitted to APEC.  This will cover all projects and initiatives of all economies that have documents submitted to APEC Secretariat. Thus, a profile of the set of projects will be presented. This would include indicators on the number of projects by proponent economy, by other supporting economies, by the target BAA item being supported, the type of project or initiative, average cost, etc. In addition, Text analysis using NVivo shall be conducted to analyze the documents to obtain additional information related to the “goodness of fit” of the initiative or project to the BAA item.

The Study Report will have around 40 pages including figures and tables.  A power point presentation shall be prepared to share the results of the Study Report which will be presented during the Global MSME Forum.

The Study Report will be published and uploaded onto the APEC Publication website.

An Evaluation Survey right after the completion of the Workshop

To be conducted by Workshop participants, in order to have some insight to the success of the event.


Linkages

Engagement:  The project will promote cross fora collaboration by seeking inputs for the final review and stocktake of the BAA from the different APEC fora and ABAC which will be presented during the forum.  The project will also engage government officials and the academia to impart their knowledge as possible speaker/resource persons and discuss policies and recommendations that will contribute to MSMEs globalization and enhance APEC’s MSME agenda and strategy.

Previous work:   Building on APEC’s extensive work which encourages MSMEs’ participation in regional and global trade, APEC adopted the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSMEs (BAA) in 2015, which provides structure to APEC’s goal of increasing MSMEs’ participation in global commerce. Since its adoption, there have been several initiatives/projects that have lent support to the BAA.

APEC’s Comparative Advantage:  APEC is the best source of funding for this project because APEC has long recognized MSMEs’ instrumental role in driving economic growth, trade, employment, poverty alleviation and innovation among economies and their internationalization is key to realizing inclusive growth and development.  The BAA builds on APEC’s work on regional economic integration by fostering growth of MSMEs through capacity building programs, facilitating the participation of MSMEs in global value chains (GVCs), and providing greater opportunities for MSMEs.

Sustainability

The forum discussions will provide an avenue for speakers and participants to discuss recommendations and next steps on how to move forward APEC’s MSME agenda particularly MSMEs internationalization.  This avenue is very important as they pave the way for furthering activities that APEC can do to build and enhance capacities for MSMEs especially from developing economies. 

The results of the forum will be presented during the SME Working Group meeting, SME Ministerial meeting and Senior Officials’ Meeting in Malaysia to create a wider awareness among APEC member economies. In addition, by e-publishing the summary results of the forum, economies can use the recommendations in future discussions on possible actionable policies to assist MSMEs reap the benefits of international trade. 

Experts can make use of the results or outcomes of this project in future projects and participants can create cooperative network or means for future exchange of ideas and discussions. 

Project Overseers

Name:  Marie Sherylyn D. Aquia
Title:  Division Chief of the Multilateral Relations Division – Bureau of International Trade Relations
Organization:  Department of Trade and Industry
Postal address:  375 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Philippines
Tel:  +63 2 465 3300 loc. 414


Name: Ana Clarisa D. Abastillas
Title: Trade and Industry Development Specialist of the Multilateral Relations Division – Bureau of International Trade 
Relations
Organization:  Department of Trade and Industry
Postal address:  375 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Philippines
Tel:  +63 2 465 3300 loc. 415

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The POs seek APEC funding to hire a research institution as a consultant (under contractor fees) who will draft the Study Report and provide guidance in the organization of the two-day forum.  The following work will be done by the consultant:

a)  Draft the final review of the Boracay Action Agenda to Globalize MSME study

b)  Present the results of the draft study during the Global MSME Forum

c) Draft the agenda of the forum

d)  Provide possible speakers/facilitators for the forum

e) Draft the summary report of the results and proceedings of the Forum.

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Advance payment for airfare and per diem for (6 speakers and 22 active participants) will encourage participation in the project.

Waiver to fund government officials from non-travel eligible member economies, non-APEC members and representatives of international organizations as speakers for airfare and per diem

Most of the time, even non-travel eligible member economies government officials are subject to budgetary constraints as such, withdrawal of commitment from the project is unavoidable. PO will seek for SMEWG’s approval in case of non-member participants/speakers attending the Workshop.

Waiver to use a higher DSA rate

The $108 DSA for Philippine elsewhere is very low.  An acceptable boutique or three-star hotel in Boracay costs around P5,500 – P6,300/night (around $106.00).  The POs would like to request the use of the second lowest Philippine DSA which is Tagbilaran (US$151 as of Dec 2019). 


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