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Business Challenge 21st FEB version

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Valentin FABRE

on 23 February 2015

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Transcript of Business Challenge 21st FEB version

BCN
Micro-Distribution within Macro-Blocks
The Micro-Distribution Pilot
Issue 1
Single Service
Pilot only offers delivery of packages to retailers
Recommendation 1
Diversification of services
Recommendation 2
New actors
Issue 2 Sustainability of the Concept
Recommendation 3
Peripheral Hubs
Recommendation 4
Regulatory measures
Issue 3
Flow of Information
Recommendation 5
Communication & Partnerships
Recommendation 6
Visibility in the EU
Business Challenge
How can Barcelona's micro-distribution pilot within macro-blocks be
expanded
in an
economically sustainable
way, improving the urban environment for businesses and citizens?
Resounding success

October 2013 - June 2014

10 cargo bikes

EU funding
2

VANAPEDAL

Micro-distributer
5

LOGISTICS PROVIDERS

inc. DHL & TNT
4

SABA

Carparks
3

CENIT

Researchers
1

CITY COUNCIL OF BARCELONA
Risk: failure to exploit the model's full potential
Tools
Benchmarking
Supply chain and stakeholder mapping
SWOT Analysis
EC Interviews
Currently, only retailers in Barcelona benefit from the pilot.
New possibilities include:

Businesses to citizen
Businesses to local government
Business to business
Citizen to citizen
The pilot only takes limited advantage of the incentives and modes of organisation on offer.
Risk: the model is not resilient

Limits on standard deliveries incentivise micro-distribution

Expansion where restrictions already exist
The pilot has low visibility amongst local businesses and citizens,
and at the EU level.
Risk: unable to respond to their needs, or promote the model more widely
Thank you
ECGT.Barcelona@coleurope.eu
0-6 months
6-18 months
18-36 months
Recommendation 5
Communication & Partnerships
Recommendation 1
Diversification of Services
Recommendation 3
Peripheral Hubs
Recommendation 6
Visibility in the EU
Recommendation 2
New Actors
Recommendation 4
Regulatory Measures
Hermione Mackay
Liliana Mateus Caraça
Luis Alvarado Martinez
Valentin Fabre
Macro-blocks
A living unit, bigger than a single block

Each with different characteristics

A tool for tailored policy design in an urban setting
PARTNERS
GRÀCIA
Cafés and Restaurants
SANT
MARTÌ
Business District
EL
POBLE-SEC
Residential
From Issues to Outcomes
E-commerce
Waste collection
Laundry
Office deliveries
Focus
on key
stakeholders
Select the
most effective
means
Direct impact
on citizens,
businesses and
policy-making
Other European cities

EU policy

Announcing the Barcelona brand
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