IPE Global Private Limited
IPE Global Limited (IPE Global) is an international development consultancy group providing expert technical assistance in developing countries. The group partners with multilateral and bilateral agencies, governments, corporates and not-for-profit entities in anchoring development agenda for equitable development and sustainable growth. They align their solutions with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to better engage with their Clients and other stakeholders, to optimise impacts, transforming the world for the better.
Headquartered in India with four international offices in United Kingdom, Kenya, Ethiopia and Bangladesh, the group offers a range of integrated, innovative and high quality consulting services across several sectors and practices. With uncompromising focus on delivering positive impacts, they help international development sector clients address the challenges of complex socio-economic issues.
They draw their unparalleled management and consulting capabilities from their offices around the world. Each of their group company operates independently - Triple Line Consulting Limited (a UK based subsidiary), IPE Global (Africa) Limited (an Africa based subsidiary), Imperia Health Private Limited (a hospital management company) and IPE Global Centre for Knowledge and Development (a section 8 company focusing on research and development consultancy).
Continuous innovation and rapid transformation have been themes throughout our history, which began when few alumni of the London School of Economics (LSE) established Infrastructure Professionals Enterprise Private Limited in 1998 or what would be known as 'IPE Global' was born.
The thought was envisaged in the triumphant decade of the 1990s; an age characterised by rapid development, marked by liberalisation and globalisation. This coupled with an enactment of 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments in the year 1993 -an event of almost epochal importance in the history of local government institutions in India, whereby Government of India had decided to devolve powers down the line to Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) and Urban Local Bodies (ULBs). Today, they have demystified sustainability from being a 'corporate buzzword' into a discipline capable of delivering solutions, with a passion for heralding change.See more