A development model for the internationalization of SME agro-food of Puglia: the ISCI project
Francesco Contò (),
Mariantonietta Fiore (),
Anna Paola Antonazzo and
Piermichele La Sala ()
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The project targets the Axis 1 of the European territorial cooperation INTERREG program Greece-Italy 2007-2013. The project was born with the aim of strengthen the presence of the local agri-food SMEs on the foreign markets, enhancing innovation processes through an economic and coordinated cooperation so to ease the internationalization processes of the two targeted areas. After a literature review, we analyzed the economic context of Apulia Region; then we proceed to the definition of a model for the internationalization of SMEs Agro-food of Puglia through the constitution of scientific and technological incubators that will network to deliver innovative services for the internationalization of the agri-food system. The final aim is to develop innovative services of marketing intelligence (MI) to spread knowledge and information about the international markets and the creation and implementation of databases for the search and classification of informative sources.
Keywords: Internationalization; Innovation; Marketing Intelligence; Agro-food sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O17 Q17 Q13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in International Scientific Conference “Whither Our Economies” October 15-16, 2012 Proceedings Proceedings (2012): pp. 187-195
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