|Facility Alliance Partners|
|The Business Innovation Facility is piloting a new approach to private sector engagement with development. Our Alliance Partners bring together diversity of talent and expertise to make this possible.||
|Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP|
PwC is the world's largest professional services firm with over 160,000 people working across more than 150 countries. Over the past decade, issues such as climate change, resource scarcity and poverty reduction have moved from the fringes of the business world to the top of the shareholder agenda. PwC has responded by scaling up its capacity in these areas, and now has a global network of almost 1,000 professionals focused on Sustainability International Development challenges throughout the world.
|International Business Leaders Forum|
|The International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) works with business, government and civil society to enhance the contribution that companies can make to sustainable development. Founded by HRH The Prince of Wales, IBLF is an independent, non-profit organisation currently supported by over 100 of the world's leading businesses. IBLF provides strategic counsel to companies to enable them to understand and respond to the development challenges that they face, particularly when operating in transition and emerging economies. IBLF also helps businesses connect with other organisations and develop successful cross-sector partnerships. The Partnering Initiative is one of IBLF's global programmes that work with individuals, organisations and systems to promote and develop partnerships for sustainable development.
|Accenture Development Partnerships|
|Accenture Development Partnerships (ADP) is a group within Accenture that provides strategic advice and technical project management support to non-profit organisations, NGOs, foundations and donor organisations operating in the development sector, helping these organisations achieve social and economic development goals. Through a first-of-its-kind business model, ADP delivers affordable, world-class management and technology consulting services to these critical organisations while providing Accenture people with an unparalleled personal and professional opportunity as part of their careers.
|Imani Development was established in 1982 in Zimbabwe to assist in the process of economic growth and development in developing countries, particularly in Eastern and Southern Africa. In the 1990s it moved to other parts of Africa, establishing further group companies in Malawi, Mauritius, South Africa and Swaziland, and subsequently opening offices in East Africa in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. From its origins in Africa, it expanded to Australia and the United Kingdom in 2003. Headquartered in Pretoria, Imani Development is a group of private, employee-owned consultancy firms, offering a range of services directed towards policy-makers, development agencies and the industrial, agricultural and commercial sectors.
|Intellecap is an advisory firm that seeks to catalyze the growth of businesses with positive social and environmental impacts particularly in emerging markets. To this end it facilitates investments, provides consulting services, incubates high impact social enterprise models and builds knowledge and information around key work spaces. Combining a deep knowledge of development issues and operational realities at the grassroots with mainstream consulting experience, it designs and implements strategies that help create both scale and impact. Headquartered in India, its team of 65 professionals works with corporations, social enterprises, equity and debt investors, governments, multilaterals and philanthropic organisations.
|Renaissance Consulting Limited|
|Renaissance Consulting Limited (RCL) is a unique consultancy service contractor providing strategic management guidance and consultation to both private businesses and development organization. Based in Bangladesh, RCL supports organisations in becoming more effective through improving human resources management and development procedures, designing targeted organisational development interventions and analysing supply chains for identifying improvement opportunities and increasing their value proposition. With the core strength of HR, RCL has expertise in customized training, organisational restructuring, HR Policy development, compensation structure/ restructuring through comparator analysis, improving supply chain effectiveness, outsourced recruitment assessment, performance management system implementation, and all other management and administrative support functions. RCL provides services to both entrepreneurial start ups and matured organizations that are going through restructuring.
|The Convention on Business Integrity|
|The Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) was established to empower businesses in Nigeria against corruption and corrupt practices. Its vision is to move the society towards a visible zero tolerance for corruption. It is hoped that in time, it will reposition the idea that Nigerian businesses are fraudulent and instead foster international relationships that can lead to meaningful exchange. Through visionary leadership, creativity and effective implementation programmes, CBi empowers people, their transactions, systems and institutions against corruption. CBi is headquartered in Lagos and counts the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC), Transparency International (TI), African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC), and several private sector corporations amongst its key partners.
|Challenged Consulting is part of the Challenges group, dedicated to supporting enterprise at the base of the economic pyramid. Challenges provides a range of professional services delivered via commercial and social enterprise vehicles to organisations that engage with and grow SMEs in emerging economies. These services are focused on promoting inclusive business impact investment. Challenges works with SMEs directly and through development intermediaries to build capacity. With over a decade of experience in growing SMEs, the Challenges group leverages this insight into the markets it serves. It works with NGOs and social agencies supporting impact growth. It also supports corporate seeking to engage with the enterprise at the base of the pyramid to create shared value, and works with funders and funding agencies focused on enterprise development and impact investment.