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International Consultant for SME Cluster Park Stakeholder Mapping Analysis (Resident in Cambodia)
|Location :||Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA|
|Application Deadline :||11-Aug-19 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Additional Category :||Management|
|Type of Contract :||Individual Contract|
|Post Level :||International Consultant|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Starting Date :|
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
|Duration of Initial Contract :||40 (forty) working days from August to December 2019|
|Expected Duration of Assignment :||40 (forty) working days from August to December 2019|
The Royal Government of Cambodia’s vision is to transform and modernize Cambodia’s industrial structure from a labor-intensive industry to a skill-driven industry by 2025, through connecting to regional and global value chain; integrating into regional production networks and developing interconnected production clusters along with efforts to strengthen competitiveness and enhance productivity of domestic industries; and moving toward developing a technology-driven and knowledge-based modern industry.
The Industrial Development Policy (IDP) 2015-2025 provides the framework for developing a competitive industrial sector in Cambodia with a focus in strengthening SME competiveness and ability to reach global markets and integrate value chains. At the core of the Policy, Special Economic Zone (SEZ), industrial park and industrial clusters are recognized as key model for attracting investment, creating job and diversifying source of growth. By grouping businesses in a dedicated co-location, they can offer important efficiency and collaborative opportunities. These zones provide tailored infrastructure and business services, and they have become a successful model for large-scale job creation, transfer of skills and technology, export diversification, and industrial development led by foreign direct investment. However, they have also presented challenges including negative environmental and social impacts including: climate change, pollution, resource depletion, health and labor issues, and attendant community disruption.
The private sector in Cambodia mainly consists of micro, small and medium enterprises that generate a large share of employment and income opportunities. Often, however, their development potential remains untapped, as firms operate in isolation, are locked into uncompetitive production patterns and unable to approach dynamic business partners that could bring in new expertise and know how.
The UNDP and WorldBridge have joined hands to boost the development of a competitive private sector and contribute to poverty reduction by building sustainable linkages between small-size enterprises, their larger scale business partners and support institutions.
Linkages enhance enterprise competitiveness through the realization of economies of scale and scope and are a source of sustainability, as they increase the capacity of the economic actors to collectively react to crisis and turning points. Linkages also pave the way for broad-based and inclusive development, where poor entrepreneurs and workers participate in economic activities on fair terms.
One of the most significant drivers for transiting towards a sustainable SME industrial park management and services remains grounded in business competitiveness. Industries operating in the park would be in a better position to take advantage of resource efficiency, value-adding and risk-mitigating measures and services available at the park level. The benefits are not just commercial but also strategic, leading to reduced exposure to risk, increased competitiveness, business development, production continuity and a better reputation with key stakeholders.
Duties and Responsibilities
The roles and responsibilities of the consultant would include the provision of technical and advisory support to clusters and business networks, building public-private partnerships and promoting dialogue among service provides and policy makers.
1.Expected Outputs and Deliverables
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