Africa is a hard place to do business, but it sure is a great place to make money. Africa should be on your radar, and Endsight can navigate you through the challenges.
African Governments: stop chasing money. Rather, create the conditions where the money comes to you. Endsight’s proven methodology makes African economies attractive to private business, investors, IFIs, and donors.
Winning a contract requires a killer proposal, and a killer proposal doesn’t write itself. When you need to win, start early and call Endsight. We’ll nail your bid.
Everyone has a project in Africa, only to vaporize when it comes to closing time. Stop chasing ghosts. Endsight vets projects with the hard questions, sources the financing, navigates the ministries, and closes the deals.
Our clients win. We help presidencies accelerate their country’s development to be recognized as the top reformer in the world and win a half-billion-dollar grant for infrastructure. Our commercial clients win big contracts, such as a major water treatment plant. We arrange international financing, including from export credit agencies. We help navigate the maze of US and foreign government agencies.
When Cote d’Ivoire emerged from conflict in 2012, the country and economy was in shambles. Becoming a preferred destination for investment was hard to imagine – but the new President had a vision and Endsight provided a roadmap. An MCC Compact was the charge. Hmmm. When we started, the country passed just 5 of the 20 MCC indicators. Now its passes 14 indiators, received a $525 million MCC grant, and was named by the Mo Ibrahim Index as the fastest reformer in the world. Now the Presidency has tasked Endsight to help Cote d’Ivoire to pass all 20 MCC indicators (which has never been done) and to create a similar methodology to attract private business and investment.
Yaoundé Cameroon had a failing clean water supply. It needed a game-changer. Our US engineering client has a solution and General Electric had the technology. Endsight initiated the development of a $60 million water treatment plant and arranged the financing from the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Game changed.
Endsight was founded in 2011 and is led by Matthew McLean. The Endsight team combines a range of regional and technical expertise with government and private sector experience to deliver advisory services customized to achieve the outcomes needed.