Strategic Partnership Ecosystem for Sustainable Superior Performance for MSMEs
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- Strategic Partnership Ecosystem; Superior Performance
This paper extends the strategic partnership ecosystem theory by testing how aspects of the local business environment affect micro, small medium enterprises into superior sustainable performance. The background of the research begins with changes in the global, domestic and regional strategic environment that have a massive impact on the business sustainability of MSMEs. The current condition of the competitiveness of MSMEs in Tasikmalaya City still varies between sectors. Market access is not optimal both online and offline, digitization in the MSME sector is not optimal, MSME data and policies have not been integrated, financing gaps and MSME capabilities, as well as digital literacy and public financial inclusion, are still relatively low. Amid protectionism and nationalism of each country’s products, rising world commodity and food prices, increasing concerns regarding sustainable eco-development, alternating geopolitical risks and the risk of taper tantrums, and the potential for uneven economic recovery in developed markets and emerging markets in the global environment, accompanied by changes in the strategic environment. Domestic and regional economies, such as the economy in Indonesia, are still in the recovery stage. Interest rates are still relatively low, and the widespread use of e-commerce, marketplaces, digitization, and the enactment or application of the Job Creation Law is challenging to the sustainability of MSME businesses.
Expectations for the contribution of MSMEs to the economy through increased turnover, digitalization that supports productivity, financing, market expansion, and MSME data integration, as well as achieving digital literacy and financial inclusion targets nationally. The research method used is a qualitative approach and contextual techniques regarding the transfer of knowledge that occurs in the strategic partnership ecosystem. This research was conducted in the City of Tasikmalaya with a focus on MSMEs’ leading commodities.
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TY - CONF AU - Irvan Husein Kusumah AU - Agus Rahayu AU - Vanessa Gaffar AU - Lili Adiwibowo PY - 2023 DA - 2023/09/29 TI - Strategic Partnership Ecosystem for Sustainable Superior Performance for MSMEs BT - Proceedings of the 7th Global Conference on Business, Management, and Entrepreneurship (GCBME 2022) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 1705 EP - 1710 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/978-94-6463-234-7_179 DO - 10.2991/978-94-6463-234-7_179 ID - Kusumah2023 ER -