a dynamic success from OEM to OBM. Group 3 Andrea Pavoncello Chiara B. Bloisi Ciro La Grotta Giulio Tartaglia Tiffany Zhang. What is interesting about this case?. The Frameworks. The Foundations …. … till today!. Some Numbers …. … showing a rapid and continuous growth.
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Chiara B. Bloisi
Ciro La Grotta
… showing a rapid and continuous growth
Cluster Advantages depend on Value Chain Complementarities
Competitive Clusters create competitive firms
“Even as old reasons for clustering have diminished in importance with globalization, new influences of clusters on competition have taken on growing importance in an increasingly complex, knowledge-based and dynamic economy” ( Porter, 1990)
“ the difference between a follower and a leader in the technology arena is that while leaders create new market opportunities to induce customer spending, followers jump on and take advantage of them “
Ren Zhengfei and the Latecomer Strategy
Huawei has constantly spent 10% of revenues every year on R&D to become the technological leader in telecommunication equipments
“Clusters are geographic concentrations of interconnected companies, specialized suppliers, service providers, firms in related industries and associated institutions in a particular field that compete but also cooperate” ( Porter, 1990)
This analysis suggests to not entry in the industry
In Dec. 2008 Business Week ranked Huawei 3rd, after Apple and Google, in its World’s Most Influential Companies list