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Report
Progress Review
2nd SMEWG Strategic Plan
37th SMEWG Meeting | 3-4 September 2013 | Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
Overview
1. By the Numbers
2. Summary of 2013 and 2014 Project Status and
Deliverables
3. Summary of 2013 and 2014 KPIs
4. Emerging Issues and Potential Collaboration
5. SCE Comments on 2013-2016 Work Plan
By the Numbers
18
Projects covering all Strategic Plan priorities and objectives
completed, being implemented or endorsed in 2013-2014
18
Workshops, seminars and trainings held by APEC Economies
in 2013-2014 period.
9
26
Reports, papers, databases and other deliverables being
made available to APEC economies in 2013-2014.
KPIs that are being met by current projects (out of 36)
Summary of 2013 and 2014 Project Status and Deliverables
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Main Progress/Achievement
Deliverable (if any)
PRIORITY AREA 1: Building Management Capability, Entrepreneurship, and
Innovation
Encourage
entrepreneurship
and business
start-ups, and
provide capacity
building activities
for SMEs and MEs
Promote Innovation
as a Key
Competitive
Advantage for
SMEs and MEs
Mentoring sessions and capacities
building activities delivered by seniorlevel executives and government
officials for 30 start ups
APEC Startup Accelerator
Initiative – Startup
Leadership Summit 2013
(Project SME 01 2013) –
Chinese Taipei
Startup Accelerator and Leadership
Summit were held in Taipei, Chinese
Taipei, in August 2013
Seminar on the Dynamics of
SME: Informality and Women
Entrepreneurship (S SME 06
12A) - Indonesia
Workshop will be held in September
2013
Government official will be trained to
develop policies that facilitates capacity
building in SMEs the development of
women entrepreneurs.
International Symposium and
Workshop - Enhancing the
Competitiveness of SMEs
through the Innovative
Cooperative Business Model
(SME 03 12) – Peru
Workshop will be held in November
2013
Guidelines paper on Promoting SME
Competitiveness through the CBM and
associative business schemes.
Promoting Innovation
Seminar: How Smart IPR
Policies Can Encourage
SMMEs’ Research and
Development (SME 04
2013A) - Thailand
Not yet started; Thailand is receiving
proposals. Seminar will be held in
Bangkok in October 2014
Suppliers of venture capital/angel
capital fund was connected with SMEs
in the fund raising event
Summary of 2013 and 2014 Project Status and Deliverables
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Main Progress/Achievement
Deliverable
PRIORITY AREA 1: Building Management Capability, Entrepreneurship, and
Innovation
Empower SMEs
and MEs to
Recognize Green
Issues, and Foster
Sustainable
Growth and Energy
Efficiency
APEC Carbon Labeling
Workshop (Project SME 07
2012A) – Korea
Workshop was held in Makati City, the
Philippines, in March 2013
Establishing Green
Technology Innovation
Network to Support SME
Development (S SME 04
12A) - Indonesia
Two workshops were held in Bali,
Indonesia in March and May 2013
Improve Natural
Disaster Resilience
and Ensure
Business
Continuity of SMEs
and MEs
Improving Natural Disaster
Resilience of APEC SMEs to
Facilitate Trade and
Investment (M SCE 02
2011A) – Chinese Taipei
The first workshop was held in Makati
City, the Philippines, in March 2013.
The second train-the-trainer workshop
was held in Chinese Taipei in August
2013.
Report on the benefits and challenges
of the carbon labeling scheme and
experience and best practices of the
scheme will be uploaded on the APEC
SME Innovation Center website and
distributed to SMEWG members.
Establishment of a technology network
between green technology-based
SMES and the technology innovation
providers
Guideline Document on Promoting
SME Business Continuity Plans to
Strengthen Reliability of Supply Chains
BCP Survey
Summary of 2013 and 2014 Project Status and Deliverables
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Main Progress/Achievement
Deliverable
PRIORITY AREA 2: Finance
Increase
awareness and
availability of
wide-ranging
sources of
financing, from
microfinance to
venture capital
Strengthen SMEs’
Access to Finance
Financing APEC SME
Innovation Workshop:
Identifying Government
Policies that Promote Venture
Capital Investment in APEC
Economies (SME 03 2013A) Thailand
Not yet started; Thailand is receiving
proposals. Workshop will be held in
Bangkok in March 2014.
Start-Up APEC Conference
II 2012: Business to Global
Market (SME 05 12) - Peru
Workshop will be held in September
2013
APEC SME Trade Finance
Conference (SME 02 2012) –
United States
Workshop will be held in November
2013
Report on strategies to promote
business angels networking and
venture capital and enhance
understanding of the business
ecosystem will be published on APEC
website
A set of recommended actions for
APEC economies to take to improve
their SME trade finance structure
Summary of 2013 and 2014 Project Status and Deliverables
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Main Progress/Achievement
Deliverable
PRIORITY AREA 3: Business Environment, Market Access and Internationalization
Establish Open
and Transparent
Business
Environments for
SMEs and MEs
Enhance SMEs’
and MEs’ Capacity
to Internationalize,
and Assist SMEs
and MEs Identify
Foreign Business
Opportunities
Business Ethics Capacity
Building for SMEs in the
Medical Devices,
Construction and BioPharmaceutical Sectors (M
SCE 01 2011A) – United
States
Directory of Initiatives Used
by APEC Economies to
Assist SMEs’ Access to
Global Markets (Directory of
Initiatives to Support SME
Exporters) (Project SME 02
2013) – Australia
A training-of-trainers for ethics
compliance trainers was held in Kuala
Lumpur in August 2013.
Research and Assessment of
Prospects for Development of
an Integrated Information
Tool to Stimulate Involvement
of SMEs of the Asian-Pacific
Region into the Global Trade
System, Global Production
and Supply Chains - Russia
Not yet started; Russia is obtaining
finance for part of the project.
A stakeholder awareness for the
healthcare sector workshop will be held
in Bali, Indonesia in September 2013.
Australia is preparing RFP; economies
will be invited to complete information
template for each initiative they wish to
include in the directory.
100 Ethics compliance trainers from
APEC economies were trained and will
implement ethics workshops for their
association members in the next 12
months.
The directory will come out by the end
of 2013 and will provide an easily
accessible resource for policy
development by sharing information on
initiatives that can be new and
innovative or considered best practices
based on proven outcomes.
Summary of 2013 and 2014 KPIs
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Areas for
further development
KPIs Met
PRIORITY AREA 1: Building Management Capability, Entrepreneurship, and
Innovation
Encourage
entrepreneurship
and business
start-ups, and
provide capacity
building activities
for SMEs and MEs
APEC Startup Accelerator
Initiative – Startup
Leadership Summit 2013
(Project SME 01 2013) –
Chinese Taipei
Promote Innovation
as a Key
Competitive
Advantage for
SMEs and MEs
International Symposium and
Workshop - Enhancing the
Competitiveness of SMEs
through the Innovative
Cooperative Business Model
(SME 03 12) – Peru
Seminar on the Dynamics of
SME: Informality and Women
Entrepreneurship (S SME 06
12A) - Indonesia
Promoting Innovation
Seminar: How Smart IPR
Policies Can Encourage
SMMEs’ Research and
Development (SME 04
2013A) - Thailand
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Provide Access to management
information and guidance
Provide access to business startup information and guidance
Implement programs to promote
entrepreneurship to youth, women
and minorities
Share information on new
business models
•
Strengthen the capability of
business development service
providers
Improve SME R&D Performance
Foster Innovative SMEs
Encourage Commercialization of
IPR
Promote Exporting of IP
Promote industry-academia
collaborations
•
Encourage SMEs’ expenditure on
R&D education
Encourage collaborative research
among APEC economies
More public-private dialogues on
IPR
Encourage the use of ICT and ecommerce platforms to promote
and facilitate the
internationalization of SMEs
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•
Summary of 2013 and 2014 KPIs
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Areas for
further development
KPIs Met
PRIORITY AREA 1: Building Management Capability, Entrepreneurship, and
Innovation
Empower SMEs
and MEs to
Recognize Green
Issues, and Foster
Sustainable
Growth and Energy
Efficiency
APEC Carbon Labeling
Workshop (Project SME 07
2012A) – Korea
•
Establishing Green
Technology Innovation
Network to Support SME
Development (S SME 04
12A) - Indonesia
•
Improve Natural
Disaster Resilience
and Ensure
Business
Continuity of SMEs
and MEs
Improving Natural Disaster
Resilience of APEC SMEs to
Facilitate Trade and
Investment (M SCE 02
2011A) – Chinese Taipei
•
•
•
•
Strengthen understanding and
capability of SMEs to foster
sustainable and innovative growth
Provide access to green related
info. and guidance
Implement programs to promote
sustainable growth and energy
inefficiency
•
Strengthen understanding and
capability of SMEs and MEs facing
natural disasters
Provide access to related
information and guidance for
SMEs and MEs to ensure
business continuity
Implement programs to enhance
natural disaster resilience of SMEs
and MEs
• Capacity building programs should
be implemented on a continual basis
More follow-up capacity building
programs to train SMEs and set up
guidelines and best practice in this
area
Summary of 2013 and 2014 KPIs
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Areas for
further development
KPIs Met
PRIORITY AREA 2: Finance
Increase
awareness and
availability of
wide-ranging
sources of
financing, from
microfinance to
venture capital
Financing APEC SME
Innovation Workshop:
Identifying Government
Policies that Promote Venture
Capital Investment in APEC
Economies (SME 03 2013A) Thailand
•
•
•
Increase availability of different
forms of public / institutional
financing
Increase awareness of different
forms of financing to SMEs and
MEs
Increase availability of private
financing
•
Other forms of financing not
covered above Increase
availability of technical assistance
funds, such as credit guarantee, to
facilitate access to credit
Improve access to financing
assistance for SMEs and MEs
Develop information systems for
monitoring the provision of
financial information
•
Encourage the flow of private
sector as well as other financial
activities that support SMEs.
Start-Up APEC Conference
II 2012: Business to Global
Market (SME 05 12) - Peru
Strengthen SMEs’
Access to Finance
APEC SME Trade Finance
Conference (SME 02 2012) –
United States
•
•
Summary of 2013 and 2014 KPIs
Priority Area
Objectives
Relevant SMEWG
Funded Projects
Areas for
further development
KPIs Met
PRIORITY AREA 3: Business Environment, Market Access and Internationalization
Establish Open
and Transparent
Business
Environments for
SMEs and MEs
Enhance SMEs’
and MEs’ Capacity
to Internationalize,
and Assist SMEs
and MEs Identify
Foreign Business
Opportunities
Business Ethics Capacity
Building for SMEs in the
Medical Devices,
Construction and BioPharmaceutical Sectors (M
SCE 01 2011A) – United
States
Directory of Initiatives Used
by APEC Economies to
Assist SMEs’ Access to
Global Markets (Directory of
Initiatives to Support SME
Exporters) (Project SME 02
2013) – Australia
Research and Assessment of
Prospects for Development of
an Integrated Information
Tool to Stimulate Involvement
of SMEs of the Asian-Pacific
Region into the Global Trade
System, Global Production
and Supply Chains - Russia
None (but no KPIs exist that cover
business ethics/transparency)
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Increase information on market
access and opportunities
Increase availability of information
on trade and investment
Implement measures/programs to
identify and address trade barriers
facing SMEs and MEs
Build SME capabilities to market
products and services
internationally
Deliver strategies to facilitate
SMEs participation in international
business
Streamline registration of business
Establish favorable regulatory
environment for SMEs
Promote industrial linkages
between SMEs and large firms
Promote government procurement
opportunities for SMEs
• There is need for ongoing efforts to
follow up these useful exercises
• More information exchange
platforms that provide information
about international emerging
industry clusters, cross border
human capital flow regulations and
common industrial standards
• More matching activities to help
SMEs search for collaboration
parties which can help SMEs
enhance their competitive strengths
and discover new alliances oversea.
Emerging Issues and Potential Collaboration
Issues
Potential Projects
Lead
Cross-For
a
Collaborati
on
Time
Frame
Multi-National Corporation Workshop on the
Contractual Obligations undertaken by MNCs that
translate across the supply chain to suppliers
USA
-
2014
SME Financing in the Global Value Chain
USA
SFOM
2014
Intellectual Property Issues and Binding Obligations:
Full day workshop in collaboration with IPEG
TBD
IPEG
TBD
Evolving and Complex Product Standards: Half-day
workshop in collaboration with SCSC
TBD
SCSC
TBD
Dealing with Cross-border Regulations and
Procedures: Half-day workshop in collaboration with
CTI
TBD
CTI/SCCP?
TBD
Human Resource Constraints and clustering: Full day
workshop in collaboration with HRDWG
TBD
HRDWG
TBD
Thailand
IEG?
2014
Venture Capital
Financing APEC SME Innovation Workshop:
Identifying Government Policies that Promote
Venture Capital Investment in APEC Economies
(SME 03 2013A)
Women’s
Entrepreneurship
Seminar on the Dynamics of SME: Informality and
Women Entrepreneurship (S SME 06 12A)
Indonesia
PPWE
2013
Human Resources
TBD
TBD
-
TBD
APEC SME Monitoring
Ongoing
Thailand
-
2013
Global Supply and Value
Chains
SCE Comments on 2013-2016 Work Plan
 Vision Statement
What would you like the world to look like in your realm of
responsibility.
 Mission Statement
Who are you? Who do you work with? What are your aims? How
do you expect to achieve them?
 Critical Success Factors
What assumptions do you make for your activities to move you
toward your objectives? What do you have to give special attention
to deliver high performance?
SCE Comments on 2013-2016 Work Plan
 Objectives and Key Performance Indicators
A.
B.
Objectives are what you need to accomplish or make measurable progress
to achieve in order to address critical problems that impede the group from
realizing its vision. Identify problems, and then formulate objectives by
describing the condition when the problem is solved.
How do you know that you have achieved your objective? Or are making progress
to achieve the objective? Key performance indicators can be: (1) Results oriented
that show measurable progress toward achieving the goal; or (2) Process oriented
that show activities designed to generate outputs to lead to achieving the goal.
KPIs should be SMART: Specific, Measurable, Agreed, Realistic and Timely.
 Prioritized Implementation Schedule
Annual Work plan – for a one year period, document a schedule, including start
dates, milestone dates, and anticipated completion dates for each action
needed. Need to indicate the lead economy or fora for the activity and key
performance indicators or outputs expected to be generated that will lead to
achieving the overall objectives.

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