Chiang Mai, Martin Venzky-Stalling

Report
Creative Chiang Mai: Economic Development and City Making by
leveraging creativity and innovation
Martin Venzky-Stalling
Senior Advisor
[email protected]
Initial “Signed” SEA CCN Members
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Connecting 2nd Cities in SE Asia
Each city is
unique, but there
is overlap in
interest areas
and greater
similarity
Organisation (public / private
education / civil sectors)
Creative Communities
Local practices & know-how
Networking experiences
And we all already have many international partners and
influences that we can share
DIVERSITY and
similarity - rich
ground for easier
cooperation
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Introduction
Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second
city with a population of about half
a million people. Situated 800
kilometers North of Bangkok,
Chiang Mai is a city of culture
and tradition in transition.
The city has a distinct culture
(“Lanna”), with more temples than
any other cities in Thailand, and a
lot of historical sites including
portions of an old city wall that are
still intact.
Building on its 700 years of history and heritage as the Northern Capital of culture,
administration, trade and commerce, the city has turned into a tourist, logistical and
educational hub and now has over 100,000 students at eight universities.
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City in Transition – Tradition meets Change and Modernization
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Largest software and digital content cluster outside of Bangkok,
also a large number of digital nomads and freelancers.
Chiang Mai’s Digital Content, IT and
Software Sector (DCITS)
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Regional Disparities – problem and opportunity
Comparison of Thailand and North Thailand (17 provinces) and Chiang Mai
Population
Government Expenditures
100%
19%
2.5%
1:2.7
100%
1:2
7%
GDP/GRP/ GPP
100%
1.8%
1.4:1
9-10%
Chiang Mai (province) accounts for only 2% of Thailand withSource:
a relatively
low growth. The North, 17
World Bank, NESDB date
provinces, accounts for 9-10%, 19% of the population and (blend
only 7%
of Government
of 2009-2011
data). CirclesExpenditures.
not to scale.
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Renewed interest in cities and clusters ENGINES (similar to ICT itself!)
Working with other clusters
Policies
Cluster
Involve and activate
Soft factors
Universit
ies
Service
Providers
Science Parks & Research
organisations
Policy makers &
governmental org.
Companies
Regulation
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Ignite through a small set of catalyst actions
Chiang Mai needed a catalyst, a small set of highly symbolic actions that bring together the
various ingredients in such a way that they "ignite" and create sustainable momentum
Bring all parts
together and ignite
to create
sustainable
momentum that
changes the
economy
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Launched in 2010, Chiang Mai Creative City (CMCC) is a
Governor endorsed local, bottom up, voluntary initiative,
think tank, and network consisting of over 40
organisations
Universities
/ Education
Industry /
Associations
We aim to keep the beauty and
charm of Chiang Mai, but also
develop new jobs and grow the
economy by leveraging
innovation and creativity
Government /
Agencies
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A Vision For Chiang Mai & Region
dynamic, productive,
competitive
companies
Av. National GDP
+2%
5,000 new jobs
in 5 years
Robuster &
Sustainable
Economy
Conceptual
Current and future Pillars of the Chiang Mai Economy
Crafts/Cultural
Industries
Clear Tourism
Propositions
Cooperation
Institutions
Services /
Logistics /
Education
Software / Media
/ IT / Design
Outward Looking Focus
Human Resources
Investment / Funding
Food / Agro-Industry /
Biotech
Cosmetics /
Life Sciences
Creativity and Innovation, Openness
Policies and Regulations
Local Ownership / Leadership
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Potential Targets – Prosperity, Economic Opportunity, City of Life
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Innovation & R&D
for competitiveness
(incl Science Park)
Attract
Investment
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
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Food & Cosmetic
Valley
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Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
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Creative Economy
and City (CMCC)
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
Health/Wellness
Tourism
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
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Chiang Mai MICE
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
Diversity economy,
grow new clusters
Catalyst
Implementation
Actions
 Action 1
 Action 2
 Action 3
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So this is my office at the moment - until the
construction of the Science Park has been completed
Creative Chiang Mai Secretariat @ Chiang Mai
University Science & Technology Park (CMU STeP)
2nd floor Research and Technology Transfer Building
Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University
239 Huay Kaew Rd., Suthep, Muang, Chiang Mai,
Thailand, 50200
http://www.step.cmu.ac.th
www.facebook.com/TDCI.CMU
www.creativechiangmai.com
Telephone: 053-942-088-91 ext. 208
Mobile phone: (66)-8-1969-6919
Fax: 053-942-088-91 ext. 413
ี งใหม่สร ้างสรรค์เป็ นเครือข่าย โดยอุทยาน
เชย
ี งใหม่
วิทยาศาสตร์และเทคโนโลยี มหาวิทยาลัยเชย
(CMU STeP) ทาหน ้าทีเ่ ป็ นเลขานุการ
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Science & Technology Park by Chiang Mai University and Ministry
of Science & Technology, Design Center, Coworking Space
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Lanna is the name for the Northern Region of Chiang Mai
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Kitchen to the world
Thailand
Country strategy
Northern Food Valley (TFV)
Budget Allowance
400m Baht
Food Innovation Zone (FIZ)
Budget Allowance
40 mBaht
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Food Innovation and Packaging Center (FIN)
“Enabling Factor in Northern Food Innovation System”
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mBaht
Product and
Packaging
Development
Testing service
Food research for
Thailand strategy
Food Collaborative
R&BD
(university and industry)
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Chiang Mai Design Awards and Chiang Mai Design
Week 2014 in December 2014
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CNXP - Chiang Mai Experience – Tech – Music – Photo/Film
6/7 December 2013 http://www.cnxpfest.com/
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handmade-chiangmai Phase 3
www.handmade-chiangmai.com
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@ STeP
www.creativechiangmai.com
[email protected]
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