Clusters development is attributable to several factors, including technology and knowledge transfer, development of a skilled workforce, the benefits of agglomeration economies, and social infrastructure.
But in a global economy, more competitive than ever, clusters have to deal with investment volatility.
In this context, it's the intelligence of combining multiple resources that makes the difference.
However, territories are asked to play an important role and have to face changing environment.
This work examines the emergence of new knowledge and professional practices for collective intelligence to meet the challenges of territories sustainable development.
It explores the evidence that Territorial Intelligence (TI) is more than ever a major factor in developing and strengthening the competitiveness of economic operators, including clusters & their members.
The example of Morocco was taken by addressing the TI approach within the first seafood processing cluster in the country.
It is also demonstrated how important it is for this cluster to implement a comprehensive TI system to promote innovation and creativity and to sit the basis for strategic decisionmaking system.
Master of Science from Edinburgh Napier University(United Kingdom) in the field of InvestmentPromotion and Economic Development.
Head of“Promotion and Cooperation” Department at theRegional Centre of Investment of Agadir, Morocco.Member of the Centre of Competitive Intelligenceand Strategic Management.
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