This paper describes a systems dynamics model that reflects the possibility of having three levels of complexity together and articulated on a synchronous synergy of all relevant participants of value added systems: the activities at the firm level, networks of industries, and supporting organizations at the regional level. Following a systemic approach, we have identified eight parameters to measure the attractiveness effect of a region: Clustering and associativeness, Value added, Differentiation value, EVA, Attractiveness leverage, Global market coverage, Innovation and Social Capital. Based on these indicators, we have developed dynamic models for emergent industries which have uncertain trends and no previous regional developments. At this moment we are working on models for the Software, Biotechnology, Aerospace and Autoparts Industries that are currently in the process of clustering in the State of Nuevo Leon (Mexico).