ISI in POWER Engineering Magazine

ISI in POWER Engineering Magazine

ISI’s Ian Oliver was quoted in POWER Engineering Magazine talking about the African power sector and our 2018 report highlighting the generation, transmission and distribution trends across Africa.

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Water and Power in Africa

Water and Power in Africa

ISI was back in Cape Town for African Utility Week again this year. This year's conference and exhibition highlighted not only the range of product and service solutions available in the power and water sectors, but also the varying needs of the 54 diverse markets in Africa.

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Shining light on the Power Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa

Shining light on the Power Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) is home to some of the world’s fastest growing economies. Powering this growth is becoming a central focus for investors and presents a vital opportunity for companies in the power sector.

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Concrete opportunities in the Middle East & Africa

Concrete opportunities in the Middle East & Africa

Las Vegas, NV – As the only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries, World of Concrete is always a good educational and networking opportunity for ISI Consultants and many of our clients. And this year was no exception, with over 58,000 attendees and nearly 1,600 companies exhibiting. In fact, this was the largest attendance in 9 years, clearly reflecting the upbeat mood of many of our clients in the industry and people we spoke with on the show floor. 

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An update from POWER-GEN 2017

An update from POWER-GEN 2017

Las Vegas, NV – This year's POWER-GEN International attracted over 20,000 attendees from over 100 countries with more than 1,400 exhibitors and nearly 300 speakers. Representation from international markets was high, with over 700 international attendees coming as part of official delegations, including delegations from nearly 20 countries across Middle East and Africa.

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Talking African Infrastructure in the MidWest

Talking African Infrastructure in the MidWest

Kansas City, MO - ISI was invited by the U.S. Department of Commerce to lead a roundtable discussion with companies from Kansas and Missouri on 'Infrastructure Opportunities in Africa.'

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The state of the African Power Sector from Africa Utility Week 2017

The state of the African Power Sector from Africa Utility Week 2017

Cape Town, South Africa - ISI attended African Utility Week, where discussions with a number of companies in generation, transmission, distribution, renewables, and finance, provided a good indicator of the current state of the power sector in Africa.

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A discussion with the Swiss Ambassador on De-risking Infrastructure Investments Around the World

A discussion with the Swiss Ambassador on De-risking Infrastructure Investments Around the World

Washington, DC – ISI’s Managing Director, Ross Ensor, and Client Services Director, Ian Oliver, attended a reception and dinner with the Ambassador of Switzerland to the United States, Martin Dahinden, at the Swiss Residence to discuss de-risking infrastructure investments around the world.

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News from the World Bank Spring Meeting

News from the World Bank Spring Meeting

Washington, DC – Representatives of ISI were in attendance at the Spring Meetings of the World Bank (Bank) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which bring together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, academics and private sector executives to discuss issues focused around the global economy and international development.

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An Update from The President of the African Development Bank

An Update from The President of the African Development Bank

Washington, DC – ISI’s Managing Director, Ross Ensor, and Client Services Director, Ian Oliver, attended a reception with the Hon. Akinwumi A. Adesina, President of the African Development Bank, where he shared the Bank's vision and progress on the "High 5s.” 

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Africa: Don't judge a book by its coverage

Africa: Don't judge a book by its coverage

Over the last decade, many economists have argued that markets in Africa are booming. Now confronting the possibility of the “commodity super cycle” collapsing, a few economists have surmised that the sub-Saharan “Africa rising” narrative of the past decade is ready for its curtain call. We believe the reality lies more in the middle ground between these two narratives. 

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Roundtable discussion with U.S Ambassador to Oman

Roundtable discussion with U.S Ambassador to Oman

This week ISI Consultants Managing Director, Ross Ensor participated in the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) expert roundtable series.

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An update from SATELLITE 2017

An update from SATELLITE 2017

Washington, D.C. – Representatives from ISI Consultants attended SATELLITE 2017 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

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African Agribusiness - A Land of Opportunities

African Agribusiness - A Land of Opportunities

Sub-Saharan Africa should, by any measure, be a global agricultural powerhouse. But governments’ inability or unwillingness to invest in agriculture and the infrastructure necessary to bring it to market has prevented the continent from reaching its potential. Slowly but surely, however, things are changing.

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Africa & the Middle East a big focus at POWER-GEN 2016

Africa & the Middle East a big focus at POWER-GEN 2016

After hosting a panel last year, ISI was back at the world’s largest power generation event. There were over 18 thousand attendees from over 100 countries, 1,200 exhibitors, and 326 speakers.

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Is South Africa the Gateway for Your Business in Africa?

Is South Africa the Gateway for Your Business in Africa?

Anyone browsing a statistical table on sub-Saharan Africa will see one country stand out in nearly every area - South Africa is easily the continent’s wealthiest and most developed country. That said, most of the recent news out of South Africa is disheartening. What does it all mean for a business looking at South Africa as a gateway to the continent? 

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68th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo

68th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo

Philadelphia, PA - ISI Consultants attended the 68th AACC annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Labs Expo July 31st to August 4th.

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Talking Africa with American Boiler Manufacturers

Talking Africa with American Boiler Manufacturers

The American Boiler Manufacturers Association, the oldest national manufacturing trade association in America, invited ISI's Ian Oliver, to speak about opportunities in Africa for its members at its annual summer meeting in Lake Tahoe.

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ISI Partners with The Intercultural Management Institute

ISI Partners with The Intercultural Management Institute

ISI Consultants is pleased to announce that it has partnered with The Intercultural Management Institute at The American University in Washington, D.C. (IMI) to provide its clients with training programs that prepare employees at every level of an organization to perform more effectively across geographic, linguistic, and cultural divides.

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Doing Business in Latin America vs. Africa: How Do They Compare?

Doing Business in Latin America vs. Africa: How Do They Compare?

While having very different characteristics than sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America shows that while perhaps difficult at times, US firms can profitably invest in the non-industrialized world. 

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