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  1. Value & Supply Chain Analysis (VCA-SCA) • M. Hakan ZOBU, CMC

  2. What is value & supply chain analysis ? Value Chain The value chain approach considers a broad market system and the development of products/services from input suppliers to end-market buyers. The value chaindiffers from a supply chain in its emphasis on creating value in each segment of the chain. Supply Chain

  3. Why VCA-SCA ? Typical cluster project analyses focus To assess direct and indirect synergies among the cluster members, which may or may not include entire value chain, in a geographic location, VCA-SCA analyses focus To determine the value added along the stages of the value chain,regardless of location together with the the cost of production, the income and margins of chain members To make benchmark of the important parameters of the chain with those of competing chains in other countries or similar industries. To determineupgrading opportunities for analysed value chains.

  4. 6 STEPS VCA-SCA methodology ofSME Networking Project

  5. VCA-SCA methodology ofSME Networking Project Mapping Actors and Product Flows in the Value Chain Analyzing Costs, Margins and Competitiveness Identifying Marketing Options and Responses to Market Requirements and Quality Standards Analyzing Governance and Linkages Analyzing Options for Development, Innovation and Upgrading

  6. VCA-SCA SME Networking Project

  7. Inputs, Outputs and Resources • Resources: • 3 Senior STE • 5 Junior STE • 5 CISC

  8. The Region

  9. Industry Structures VCA-SCA

  10. Industry Products VCA-SCA

  11. Global Players, Leading Companies & Trends VCA-SCA

  12. National / Regional Industry Companies & Employment VCA-SCA

  13. Foreign Trade VCA-SCA

  14. Product Life Cycle Analysis VCA-SCA Product Life CycleStageComparison

  15. Product Life Cycle Analysis VCA-SCA

  16. Five Force Analysis VCA-SCA

  17. GE /McKinseyMatrix Analysis VCA-SCA

  18. Supply Chain Structure VCA-SCA

  19. Distribution Channel Structure VCA-SCA

  20. Cluster Eco-system and Value Chain Map VCA-SCA

  21. Value Added Operations VCA-SCA

  22. Unit Costs VCA-SCA

  23. Supply Analysis VCA-SCA

  24. Industry Upgrade Plan VCA-SCA

  25. A VCA-SCA methodology developed • 5 Clusterwide, regional VCA-SCAs • Value chain maps, businessoperations, governancestructures, chain operators and their linkages, as well as the chain supporters within the value chain wereidentified. • Economic analysis of value chains wereassessed, e.g. through determining the value added along the stages of the value chain, the cost of production,the income and margins of operators. • Benchmark analyses conducted in order to determine theeconomic performance and the comparison of important parameters in the chain with those of competing chains in other countries or similar industries. • Upgrade planshavebeendevelopedfor the clusters together with the recommendation of new business model ideas and road mapsfor upgrading options • Inputs for 5S Strategy works Outputs of VCA-SCA

  26. Thank You… M. Hakan ZOBU, CMC