Collaboration with corporate partners is an integral part of our business strategy. We strongly believe in partnership as a means to create mutually beneficial synergies with respect to thematic coverage, geographical outreach, sharing of opportunities, leading to increased volume of business.
We maintain close and mutually beneficial partnerships with international companies, for whom we act as a reliable and trustworthy regional partner priding itself in delivery of high quality work in a fully transparent manner.
Regionally, we are in the process of building a network of partner companies in East African countries outside Kenya to strengthen our geographical presence and outreach. Within Kenya, we engage in a close relationship with a range of ‘like-minded’ Kenyan consulting companies with whom we jointly pursue opportunities based on our respective comparative advantages. Whenever mutually agreeable, we enter framework agreements with our partners to guide our collaboration and provide the basis for further deepening of our relationship.
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GFA Consulting Group
GFA Consulting Group has a sound track record of providing effective solutions to the challenges in the global consulting market. Based in Hamburg, the company relies on an international network of experts, partners and subsidiaries that helped implementing complex studies and projects in over 130 countries since 1982.
Spantrack Consultants is a Kenyan owned company incorporated under CAP499 laws of Kenya since 2010 and based in Nairobi. It was initially composed of a group of development consultants who shared the same interest and dedication to performance management.
&hype Aps – It’s all about the customer
Working out of offices in four countries across 3 continents, &hype develops web-based, IT solutions for a wide range of clients in multiple sectors. We are currently focussing on developing web-based solutions in East Africa, including the agricultural sector and image resource software to portray Africa as its true, modern self.