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Our services are informed by many years of experience and various research engagements. We group our work in a number of thematic areas and engage with a wide array of clients and network partners. more
Helping clients to navigate complexity
Helping meso organisations adapt and develop their offering
Support business to meet quality requirements of domestic and foreign markets
Mesopartner is involved in self funded or contracted research in several thematic areas. We conduct applied research in the broad area of economic development in partnership with think tanks, Universities, academics or with customers. more
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Green Economic Development is a means of maintaining competitiveness or even striving for increased competitiveness by selected sectors or the whole economy at national or sub-national level in times of climate change and environmental degradation.
Market Systems Development is an approach favoured by many donors as an approach to tackle poverty that taps into the potentials of markets. Image source http://donellameadows.org/systems-thinking-resources/
Meso organisations are established to promote economic development and improve competitiveness of a region by responding to a variety of permanent and temporary market and performance failures at the micro level.
Industrial policy refers to a group of instruments aimed at promoting economic transformation.
Territorial development efforts need to be adapted to the specific situation and requirements of a given territory and its people.
The actions to improve territorial or sectoral competitiveness and innovation systems must be seen as a process and not as a research project or a few interventions aimed directly at firms by a generous public sector.
Quality Infrastructure relates to metrology (the science of measurement), standardisation, testing and quality management (in the past, the acronym MSTQ was used), including certification and accreditation.