HABA Consultancy Service
HABA works assiduously to be credible, dynamic and relevant. Drawing upon the extensive experience, contacts and knowledge of our staff both in the UK and throughout the region HABA is well placed to advise businesses and individuals. HABA’s bespoke service is tailored to meet your needs, and benefits from an expanding portfolio of in-country affiliations. Our representatives pride themselves on their cultural sensitivity, as well as their understanding of the challenges and opportunities of operating in one of Africa’s most commercially exciting regions. HABA specialises in diagnosing the strengths and weakness in a particular economy or its sub-sectors, and is committed to being solutions orientated. We offer a free initial consultation session to corporates.
HABA Clients & Experience
HABA works with clients from an extraordinary variety of sectors, ranging from agri-processing and fisheries to textiles and telecommunications. With its core portfolio of twelve countries its services are increasingly in demand from clients looking to expand their commercial footprint across Central and Sub-Saharan Africa. Whilst client confidentially is of paramount importance, HABA believes that it also has a duty to help us others to gain a better understanding and appreciation of regional dynamics and is thus committed to knowledge sharing via a variety of channels. The following are just some of the ways in which HABA has played its part in helping to address ‘the knowledge deficit’ which all too often can be an impediment to purposeful and sustained economic activity:
Co-hosting with Eversheds an event entitled: Oil and gas in the Horn of Africa – The opportunities and risks
Co-hosting with the Royal African Society an event in the Houses of Parliament entitled: SOMALIA: Business as Usual?
Organising a full day certificated course at SOAS entitled: Young African Diaspora Entrepreneurs – Exploiting your USP
Making submissions to the Africa All Party Parliamentary Group concerning Democracy and Development in Africa and Adam Smith International in connection with current business prospects for the HABA region.
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