The TCI and the MOC Asian Chapters join forces again for this year’s Asian Conference. We will look at new experiences from around the Asian Region on successful collaboration, as enterprises, clusters and countries begin to rebuild their resilience from the global disruptions caused by Covid-19 pandemic, geo-political conflicts, climate change and other impacts.
This one-day online conference is hosted jointly between the TCI Asian Chapter and the MOC Asian Chapter to learn from new experiences in collaboration as enterprises, clusters and countries begin to rebuild their resilience from the global disruptions caused by Covid-19 pandemic, geo-political conflicts, climate change and other impacts. Collaboration is seen by cluster leaders and policy makers as key to the successful re-emergence and transition of clusters/countries to building resilience. Key drivers of collaboration include green/digital transition, supply chain security, and creating shared value. This will be a practical, policy-driven, visual, presentation-based, case-study based conference. This conference brings together speakers, ideas and papers to examine the emergence of new forms of collaboration and how policy and practice can make collaboration effective in Asia. The MOC Asian Chapter draws from the Harvard Business School Microeconomics of Competitiveness Network comprising over 100 universities worldwide. TCI draws from a worldwide network of people and organizations working in clusters and innovation ecosystems around the world, that together create global connections, inspire new thinking about clusters and improve policy learning. This conference draws from the depth of knowledge and experience of the TCI / MOC networks from around the world including the Americas (LATAM), Europe, and other regions. Particular emphasis is on the development of case studies and examples from around the Asian Region.
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