The researchers attempt to visualize the complexity and dynamic behaviour of SME clusters in Egypt throughout the process of transferring a cluster’s state from static (idle) to dynamic (productive). This research constitutes the second of two complementary phases of a more comprehensive research that tries to quantify the qualitative measures of dynamic clusters through extending the application of the business dynamics tool to simulate the effect of different cluster-based economic development policy scenarios. After developing the mental model and during the conceptualization phase, the researchers highlighted the key-leverage causal loops showing feedback effects and uncovering the hidden cause effect relationships existing between the most important elements such as trust level inside the cluster, competition and the number of supporting industries. After validating the model, the researchers designed the policy analysis runs and undertook different scenario analysis over a time span of 50 years. Scenario analysis included studying the effect of elements such as institutions for collaboration (IFCs) on cooperation; effect of broker efficiency and success stories on trust building; and effect of trust on learning.