Genesis Analytics was one of the first economics-based consulting firms in Africa and since 1998 they have grown into the largest. Their purpose is straight-forward: to use their analytical capabilities to improve decision-making, and through better decisions to unlock substantial value for their clients and society.
The diversity of their work is mirrored in the range of their clients. Many of their key clients have worked with us for more than a decade. They have worked with many of the largest business corporations in Africa, India and the Middle East. The result has been deep knowledge in sectors as diverse as telecommunications, energy, banking, capital markets, broadcasting and media, retailing and manufacturing. In 2015 alone they worked with corporate clients in more than 20 countries. In South Africa, 15 of the top 20 listed firms on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange have used their services in recent years. They also work with across the prominent law firms region and in India as specialist advisors.
In government, they advise presidencies, ministers and cabinet committees, line departments, monitoring and evaluation units, regulators, state-owned enterprises and ad hoc policy-making processes. In the development field their principal competitors tend largely to work for development agencies and therefore only indirectly for governments in the region, they often work directly for government units. This base of experience is fundamentally different from the usual donor-recipient government dynamic. It builds context, respect and trust with government counterparts that can also be tapped in donor-funded work.
They are also an increasingly prominent African provider of development services to development agencies working in the region, whether directly or as a part of consortiums running long-term programmes. In addition to its technical capabilities, Genesis is building the contracting, project management, evaluation and implementation capabilities in areas such as agriculture, infrastructure, financial sector development and health required by the principal development agencies and their prime contractors.
-Antitrust and Competition Economics
-Applied Behavioural Economics
-Damages and Other Litigation
-Market Systems Development
-Monitoring and Evaluation
-Regulatory Economics and Accounting
-Agribusiness and Market Development
-Communications and Broadcasting
-Manufacturing and Consumer Goods
-Public and Donor Sector