- Mapping existing businesses to intelligently guide the strategic development plan to:
- Attract new businesses producing goods in the territory
- Retain the territory’s “flagship” production companies by solidifying their networks
- Create new businesses through entrepreneurship or partnership for the production of new goods that are previously targeted and have high economic potential
- Determine which sectors of goods-producing businesses promote economic development and territorial wealth
- Provide new indicators to facilitate the argumentation for prospecting new companies (the directory for prospecting)
- Identify innovation leads and new markets for local businesses
- Ensure a sustainable development of the territory by the opportunities offered by the circular economy
Linkki helps you answer the following questions:
THE COMPLEXITY INDEX OF THE TERRITORY
- How is the territory positioned on a Quebec and world scale?
- Does the territory have a sufficiently diversified economy?
- How is the territory positioned in terms of the complexity of the goods produced?
- Which companies bring the most territorial wealth?
- What are the goods producing sectors that have a demonstrated competitive advantage for international export?
- What are the goods producing sectors that have the greatest potential for export to other Canadian provinces?
- Which goods-producing sectors have the greatest growth potential based on Quebec’s needs?
- Which territorial activity sectors (networks) are the most well-established and have interests to communicate with each other (innovation, workforce, knowledge exchange, etc.)?
- Which goods-producing sectors should be provided for the development of the territory?
- How to balance the diversity and complexity of goods produced in the territory to bring greater wealth?
- Which goods-producing sectors have the greatest future potential for diversification?
- Which goods-producing sectors should be established to increase the prosperity of the territory?
- Which solicitation arguments should you use to attract new businesses based on the territorial reality?
- What are the future goods-producing sectors that have a proven competitive advantage for international export?
- What are the future goods-producing sectors that have the greatest potential for export to other Canadian provinces?
- What are the future goods-producing sectors that have the greatest growth potential based on Quebec’s needs?