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We work with African companies, entrepreneurs and investors helping them to become global champions, drive competitive growth and to accelerate value creation. We support companies and business leaders to help them drive growth, enhance operational capabilities and boost profitability. We have developed high quality knowledge, insights, and experience on a variety of topics, through our engagement in the region.
SSCG Africa's footprint ensure forward-thinking, skilled professionals who understand the complexities of doing business on the continent. Our deep expertise on Africa and long-standing working knowledge means we can deliver informed perspectives, local knowledge and clear, value-adding solutions.
We helps clients identify and enter new markets, increase revenues in existing markets, improve operational performance, and deliver products and services more competitively to ultimately outpace their competitors. More
We support clients manage capital projects through controls, processes and procedures toward increased project transparency, accountability and benefit realisation by adopting an integrated project procedural framework. More
We serve many of Africa’s companies and institutions, working with clients to mobilise for change, shape winning strategies and drive effective execution to achieve top performance and results.
We offer an objective, professional approach to managing the many risks associated with projects implementation. We help clients reduce risks of project failure by improving practices in change/scope management, issues management, planning, scheduling, resource management, accounting, quality assurance, and communication. More
We work with our clients helping them to strengthen their business value-chains to enhance operational efficiency and visibility, reduce costs while boosting margins, and increase the volume of added-value products commercialised in selected industry value chains and markets. More
We help our clients develop and execute their internationalisation and localisation strategies to ensure they understand and adapt their operation to different regional peculiarities and business requirements of target locale while also enhancing compliance.
Local business players are competing fiercely for the same markets and are now better managed and much sharper on strategy. Overcoming complexities and steadily improving their processes. Rising to the top and staying there appears to be much harder than before—and only the strongest survive. As African companies create greater value, personal wealth is also increasing at an impressive rate.
At the Oxford Africa Conference 2019, SSCG Chief Executive Eugene Nizeyimana discussed the future of the African economy, AfCFTA potential and untapped opportunities for entrepreneurs and companies with Dr Donald Kaberuka, Prof Arthur Mutambara, Dr Kandeh Yumkella and Dr. Adeyemi Dipeolu.
Home to the world’s largest free trade area with an estimated combined consumer and business spending of $6.7 trillion in 2030. How can Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) boost growth and increased market access opportunities for entrepreneurs and small businesses across the continent to a much larger market. More
African manufacturing sector is booming unlocking new market opportunities, stimulating the economy and creating new jobs. A key focus is integrating industry 4.0, advanced manufacturing and automation technologies to scale production, product quality, process efficiency; and operation excellence while reducing costs and boosting profitability.
Today's enterprise need agile leaders with more than common sense, who understand basic economics and crucial issues of 21 Century such climate change, factors for competitiveness and intersectorial linkages. Agile leaders for sustained economic and social development who resist bad ideas and forces that destroy governance. Leaders who understand how to govern and impact of policies that they formulate. Leaders who know how to create and recognise the value.
The global economy is growing, but also faces trade uncertainty. Whatever the eventual outcome of global instability, companies can and should see the current high-global uncertainty environment as a prompt to rethink and strengthen their supply chains in Africa for resilience.
Director and Leader, Automotive, Manufacturing, Energy, Oil and Gas
Director and Leader, Development Economics, Trade and Business Development
Director, Corporate Management and Leadership
Principal Consultant, Trade, Economics and Agribusiness
Partner and Lead Consultant, Small Business and Commercial Banking
Partner and Lead Consultant, Project Management and Business Development
Partner and Lead Consultant, Enterprise and Project Management, Malawi
Partner and Lead Consultant, Manufacturing Processes and Quality Management, Rwanda
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