La articulación de redes empresariales y su incidencia en la competitividad de los pequeños productores de artesanías de la provincia de Trujillo, en el período 2009-2011.
Vergara Gonzales, Carlos
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This study addresses the problem of Micro and Small Enterprises in Peru (MYPE), focusing on small producers craft sector in the framework of sustained growth that has been showing the Peruvian economy in recent years, but without achieving improvements the weak competitive state MYPE of the various sectors in general. In this context, our study thesis postulated to Enterprise Networks, as a partnership model that improves the competitiveness of small producers of handicrafts in our country, affecting the various productive sectors in general. To demonstrate this, we study the joint impact of business networks between small craft producers, sponsored by the Center for Research, Study and Promotion of Development - MINKA (CIEPD MINKA) in the province of Trujillo, in the framework of the Support Program Micro and Small Enterprises in Peru (APOMIPE). APOMIPE Program, was a bilateral cooperation program of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Ministry of Production (PRODUCE). Running APOMIPE was in charge of the Swiss foundation INTERCOOPERATION in partnership with three national ONGD: MINKA in La Libertad, Cajamarca North CEDEPAS and Bartolome de las Casas Center in Cusco. Its first phase was implemented from 2005 to 2008 and the second phase beginning in 2009 and running culminated in December 2011. viii To conduct this study was received reliable information and documentation obtained mainly from CIEPD MINKA, APOMIPE Program and Enterprise Networks promoted small craft producers in the province of Trujillo, based on our experience working as Network Articulator business for APOMIPE program - MINKA during the period from 2009 to 2011. The objectives outlined in the study are: a. General Objective To determine the incidence of joint business networks in the competitiveness of small producers of handicrafts of the province of Trujillo, in the period from 2009 to 2011. b. Specific Objectives Analyze problematic reality of small craft producers. Describe the process of articulating a business network of small craft producers. Evaluate the results achieved by the Enterprise Networks small craft producers in the province of Trujillo. The main conclusion is arrived from the study is that the MYPE handicraft sector in Peru, needs to be organized in partnership schemes aimed directly at business opportunities, competitively inserted to the current economy, constituting an alternative associative that improves the competitive status of smallholder sector and has demonstrated its social and economic viability, the partnership model of Enterprise Networks.