1 Marketing tools and experiences in the food industry Alessio Cavicchi University of Macerata (Italy) 2nd entrepreneurial discovery focus group in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace on Dairy and Meat Arcadia Hotel, Komotini, Greece 29th - 30th January 2015
2 OUTLINE Beyond the Third Mission: the role of university to co create sustainable development «Wicked problems» and stakeholders engagement FARM INC project Premises Objectives and methods Preliminary outcomes The learning platform: some examples Next steps and your involvement Gastronomy and tourism?
3 University of Macerata Marche Region: Rural Areas / Economic Crisis Several promotional initiatives under the aegis of subsidiarity principles and bottom up approaches: Umbrella brands, Clubs of products,...
4 BEYOND THE THIRD MISSION Trencher, Gregory, et al. "Beyond the third mission: Exploring the emerging university function of co-creation for sustainability." Science and Public Policy 41.2 (2014):
5 WICKED PROBLEMS AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT Wicked problems refer to issues which are highly complex, have innumerable and undefined causes, and are difficult to understand and frame. They result in outcomes that are either uncertain or unknowable, and often affect multiple stakeholders throughout the agrifood system and beyond. Thus, wicked problems cannot be resolved through finding right answers or solutions, but rather, they must be managed. Agri food sustainability, natural resource constraints and biodiversity loss, persisting poverty in peripheral areas, the growing obesity epidemic, the use of biotech in food and agriculture and how we will feed current and future generations with fewer resources are a few examples of wicked problems.
6 COLLABORATION AND ENGAGEMENT AMONG DIFFERENT ACTORS OF THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN
7 COLLABORATION AND ENGAGEMENT AMONG DIFFERENT ACTORS OF THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN
8 HOW CAP CAN HELP FARMERS WITH STRATEGY AND MARKETING ACTIVITIES?
10 Ongoing project: what do farmers ask for? NEEDS AND TRANSFERABILITY ANALYSIS TASK 1: FIELD RESEARCH: - Survey: questionnaire for target groups a) Farmers and agricultural associations, and b) VET experts/national-local authorities respectively); - Focus Groups in IT, EL, LV TASK 2: DESK RESEARCH: Good practice examples of other relevant training initiatives at National (Web Search) and EU levels (ADAM search) reported in the data sheet. TASK 3: ANALYSIS Based on the information gathered from tasks 1 and 2: the transferable material has be assessed and specific transferability and adaptation have been highlighted
11 To sum up: - Some differences at country level Needs and Transferability Analysis - Some common points: - Understanding local consumers needs - Increasing level of sales - Planning and updating business plans - Developing and positioning new products - Being updated about food processing and safety - Finding the right distribution channel for the products - Properly promote the quality characteristics of the products Another important issue freely elicited: sinergy and networks
12 Educational Content Needs and Transferability Analysis Italy Greece Latvia Cumulative % (rate 4 and 5) Business plan 84,45 91,18 52,17 Price strategies 75,56 79,41 65,21 Product development 75,55 82,36 86,96 Promotion Distribution Channels Marketing cooperation Branding Legislation Internationalisation Traceability of products 91,11 85,3 91,3 64,45 82,35 78,26 77,78 79,41 60,87 77,78 85,3 60,87 48,89 72,72 60,86 80,00 64,7 56,52 82,22 82,34 91,31
13 Needs and Transferability Analysis Expected Educational Activities and Formats Italy Greece Latvia Cumulative % (rate 4 and 5) Web based training 26,67 66,67 38,09 Blended learning (including face to face sessions and online learning) 42,22 75,75 47,62 Classroom Training (Instructor Led) 53,34 50,01 57,9 Case studies investigation 73,33 64,52 81,81 Participation to conferences 42,22 43,75 42,11 Participation to Fairs 47,73 59,38 66,67 Games 25,00 37,5 16,67 Role playing 66,67 43,75 22,22 Comics 8,89 40,63 5,56 Stage and internships (e.g. Erasmus for Entrepreneurs) 71,11 56,26 73,68 Field day (practical demonstration activities) 73,33 66,66 85,00 Farm and study visits 93,33 84,38 100
14 Marketing Cooperation Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: linking marketing cooperation to territorial promotion (place branding) in order to be able to promote different products in one single container; including main social economy principles (i.e. Latvia) module that should be taught once the basic principles of marketing are clear. In fact, this module would involve different subjects, such as place marketing, or linking tourism and agriculture (multifunctional agriculture).
15 Branding Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: - make a distinction between product branding and territorial (or rural) branding and what benefits can be gained from both; - just like marketing cooperation, branding is a subject that should be taught once basic principles of marketing are clear; - how to develop and design brands and product certification brands; - branding should be linked to consumers' habits; - Training material should provide some good and bad examples; VET providers suggested some contents to be developed in this topic: Brands traceability today; how to make consumers recognize your brand; brand costs; timeframe needed to obtain results; communication plan to disseminate the brand; rural branding added value (reputation); certifications (PDO, GPI), disciplinary, the audit, consumers' trends.
16 Legislation Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: - many farmers perceive that a general module on legislation would not be useful as they complained that all legislation, from European to local level, it is not clear, it is interpretable and often some laws contrast with others making it hard to implement them. VET providers on the other hand said legislation is a domestic theme hard to implement in a transnational partnership. It will be necessary to select some aspects of the legislation that can be useful to all partners, stressing on new opportunities rather than offering a general unit on legislation; - highlighting some issues of CAP and stress on new agribusiness options; - waste management and some good agricultural practices should be included in the module.
17 Internationalisation Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: - Internationalisation is a module perceived to be useful only for some farmers: farmers that actually export their products and young farmers, as traditional farmers would not want to get involved in internationalisation; - Need to start from internationalisation basics: how to start export and how to make contacts abroad; - Need to add some practical case studies on how to implement product internationalisation; - It appears to be a module that, again, can be implemented only once all marketing basics are clear: internationalisation involves many different subjects and requires a certain level of marketing skills; VET providers suggested some contents that could be developed under this module: Introduction to export, Why to internationalize, What it means to export, The decision to export: the organizational implications, the process of internationalization, the characteristics and differences in markets Packaging, taxation, label, certification required Package delivery and so on.
18 Traceability of products Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: - make distinctions and offer insights both about origin of products and traceability of products; - need to start from very basic notions for farmers who have no experience or knowledge about traceability (maybe make a two-step module?); - educating consumers about product qualities. Increasing associations between traceability and healthy food and healthy eating habits (very popular issues).
19 Learning formats Needs and Transferability Analysis Focus Groups Main issues to be considered while structuring the module: It appears that farmers mainly prefer practical learning formats, such as: field days, farms and study visits, participation to fairs and conferences, real life simulation and stage and internships. VET providers suggested blended learning, where theory is coupled with practical examples and simulations. Obviously, VET providers are aware of the need of some theoretical background before farmers can actually carry out practical activities, while farmers are more concentrated on actual skills they can learn from different environments.
20 Data Sheet 2 sheets: Web Search: 25 projects/ training initiatives (5 IT, 8 GR, 2 CY,5 LV,5 BE) ADAM Search: 23 projects. For the aim of the report, the following dimensions have been compared: Training Content Target Group Format
21 Data Sheet comparison (Web Search + ADAM Search) CONTENTS FREQUENCIES Business Plan 19 Price Strategies 21 Product Development 23 Promotion 27 Distribution Channels 15 Marketing Cooperation 8 Branding 4 Legislation 13 Internationalisation 13 Traceability of Products 12
22 Data Sheet From the analysis it emerges that: Promotion scores the highest frequency (27), followed by Product Development (23), Price Strategies (21). These topics represent the basic 3 Ps in marketing (together with Place/ Distribution Channels).
23 Data Sheet Other recurrent topics: Innovation Entrepreneurship Quality and Certifications Management and Human Resource Management Sustainability (environment, food waste, energy savings and so on) Consumer Behaviour Organic agriculture Soft/intercultural skills New technologies (e-commerce, web marketing, electronic transactions etc)
24 Data Sheet Projects and training initiatives offered many suggestions on Content. BUT No innovation concerning the Delivery of modules: many pdf manuals, DVD, or F2F courses. Sometimes there are online courses integrated with Videos (e.g.):
25 Survey Focus Groups Datasheet Booklet/Web Platform User Manual Interactive guide for study visits and field trips To summarize: - This project is felt as a very important chance by farmers - Clear request for some topics, whilst others are not considered essentials - Differences at country and farm level - General need for learning formats based on direct experience - Abundance of material from previous projects, excepting Branding, Marketing Cooperation and (relatively) Internationalisation! Proposal for the educational content and learning formats - Interactive Booklet > Webplatform - Experiential learning: specific presentation in the last section of the booklet, introducing one or more study visits adapted to national context and module objectives - Transfer material + Branding/Marketing cooperation + Internationalisation
27 NEXT STEPS AND YOUR INVOLVEMENT! Pilot implementation and testing The aim of this WP is to test the adapted and developed training material on a pilot basis. Representatives of the target groups will be identified in each of the target countries to take part in the pilot implementation. During the implementation of the pilot exercise continuous monitoring and evaluation will be ensured in order to identify weaknesses and/or shortcomings in the training material. Based on the results from this monitoring and the feedback from the participants a revised and enhanced version of the MTTM will be produced, tailor-made for each target country.
28 GASTRONOMY AND TOURISM? AN EXAMPLE
29 THANKS! For further info: Skype: alessio.cavicchi
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