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Chinese investment in Zambia... a 25 minute documentary (Al Jazeera)

 A 'must watch' documentary for anyone interested in this subject. http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower/2012/01/20121484624797945.html Filmed in the period leading up to, and after, the election of Michael Sata. But looks back to Zambian 50 years ago when KK and those involved in the independence movement developed relationships with the Chinese Government.  For me, the parts that have…See More
Jan 9, 2012
Parveen Sultana Huda commented on Andrew Smith's blog post INSEAD/ EABIS conference... economic opportunity moves east and south... the war for talent... but where is the commercial analysis?
"As a HR professional - I am worried that without the proper state interventions - the Human Capital management can go against a LDC. India and China has realized long ago how important it is to develop the right kind of talent starting from primary…"
Nov 5, 2011
Andrew Parker commented on Andrew Smith's blog post INSEAD/ EABIS conference... economic opportunity moves east and south... the war for talent... but where is the commercial analysis?
"Hi Andrew -    Thanks for this - definitely agree about the shift East and South.  I think the West is slowly waking up to it, though, as it considers China's emerging role as banker to get them out of the debt crisis.  Its…"
Nov 4, 2011
A blog post by Andrew Smith was featured

INSEAD/ EABIS conference... economic opportunity moves east and south... the war for talent... but where is the commercial analysis?

 I spent Friday 28th October at the Paris INSEAD campus, participating in the EABIS’s 10th Annual Colloquium focused on the role of business in developing countries. One of the key themes of the day was the movement of business opportunity to developing countries:Michael Cannon-Brookes, a senior executive from IBM, reflected that there were “tectonic shifts in the global economy, that few in the ‘west’ fully appreciated. A…See More
Nov 1, 2011
A blog post by Andrew Smith was featured

Listening to Zambian businesses as IAP is launched in Lusaka

Listening to Zambian businesses is the best way to refine and define effective ways to support their inclusive business (IB) investments.  This was evident last week, when Her Excellency Marie Andersson de Frutos, Swedish Ambassador to Zambia, Andrew Kambobe and I launched Innovations Against Poverty (IAP) in Lusaka.…See More
May 15, 2011
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Organisation
Business Innovation Facility management (PwC)
About My Work
- Member of the Business Innovation Facility management team
- 'Business & International Development' senior consultant at PwC
Sector
Consultant
Country Interest
Malawi, Nigeria, Zambia, India, Bangladesh
Main Reason for Joining this Site
Networking with fellow practitioners

Andrew's Professional Experience

Andrew a senior consultant in the sustainability and climate change team in PwC UK, will provide outreach and monitoring and evaluation support under the knowledge management function.
Andrew has over 12 years professional experience working with major businesses, industry associations, NGOs, development agencies and developing country governments. Andrew has been focused on the role of Business in International Development since 2001. He leads much of PwC’s Advisory work in this area with NGOs, Corporate Foundation’s and donor foundations including: the Shell Foundation, the Fairtrade Foundation, Oxfam, UNDP, DFID and the World Bank.

Andrew has particularly deep experience in the international Food & Beverage (F&B) sector and has worked with a number of companies in this area. In 2009, for example, he led a seven person team for three months in Zambia working with one of the world’s largest F&B companies and a major international NGO to understand how the company could further improve its development impact. In 2008 he lead a review of SABMiller’s smallholder sourcing programmes in South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and India. Other international experience includes working in Ethiopia for 6 months (whilst seconded to the Ethiopian Civil Service in 2004), Kenya and Malawi (through work with the international tea sector).

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Chinese investment in Zambia... a 25 minute documentary (Al Jazeera)

 

A 'must watch' documentary for anyone interested in this subject.

 

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower/2012/01/20121484624797945.html

 

Filmed in the period leading up to, and after, the election of Michael Sata. But looks back to Zambian 50 years ago when KK and those involved in the independence movement developed relationships with the…

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Posted on January 9, 2012 at 11:34

INSEAD/ EABIS conference... economic opportunity moves east and south... the war for talent... but where is the commercial analysis?

 

I spent Friday 28th October at the Paris INSEAD campus, participating in the EABIS’s 10th Annual Colloquium focused on the role of business in developing countries.

 

One of the key themes of the day was the movement of business opportunity to developing countries:

  • Michael Cannon-Brookes, a senior executive from IBM, reflected that there were “tectonic shifts in the global…
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Posted on October 31, 2011 at 18:00 — 2 Comments

Listening to Zambian businesses as IAP is launched in Lusaka

Listening to Zambian businesses is the best way to refine and define effective ways to support their inclusive business (IB) investments.  This was evident last week, when Her Excellency Marie Andersson de Frutos, Swedish Ambassador to Zambia, Andrew Kambobe and I launched Innovations Against Poverty (IAP) in…

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Posted on May 13, 2011 at 14:43

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