As well as being Team Leader Environmental and Building Technologies Africa Infrastructure at Frost And Sullivan Africa, Kudzanayi has extensive experience in strategy consulting and market research, which include over 22 significant market research and growth consulting projects on a local & global scale with particular expertise in Africa Infrastructure (Water, Rail, Ports, ICT & Energy), Environment (Water & Wastewater Treatment, waste management ),Construction Industry (Public & Private sector) and Building technologies (Lighting, HVAC, Security, BMS, Facilities Management). He also handles the infrastructure tracker reports for the East African Region that highlights opportunities, efforts and challenges to infrastructure in the region.
Kudzanayi has completed numerous consulting projects with specific expertise in Water & waste water treatment analyses, commercial due diligence analyses, retail sector (brand analysis/customer research) Industrial sector (market entry/geographic expansion analysis). Some of the organisations he has worked with include Old Mutual, Sasol, Deutsche Bank, and Rand Merchant Bank. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Information systems degree from Rhodes University and Honours in Financial analysis and Portfolio Management from the University Of Cape Town. He is a great addition to the list of phenomenal speakers at the summit.
This year’s summit will cover areas such as Transport and infrastructure in the region and its effect on doing business, governments and business, and implications of the global downturn on East Africa as a whole as it moves towards deepening integration of the five East African countries. A full detailed agenda is available on the event website www.eastafricebse.com.
Registration is now open for the annual summit intended to bring together business men and women from the five East African countries and the SADC region to showcase what opportunities for investment exist in the respective countries and also give companies from East Africa an opportunity to grow business linkages with South African and other companies so as to be able to have access to various markets. The summit is set for the Hilton Sandton.
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