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The Africa Consulting Market in 2017

Published Oct 2017

2016 was a good year for Africa’s consulting market, with the continent’s 19 largest markets collectively growing 6.3 per cent to reach a total value of $2.19billion. This performance was achieved despite slowing GDP growth in many African nations as economies continue to suffer from low commodities prices and political uncertainty. An increasing tolerance for uncertainty (in Africa as elsewhere) and gains in client maturity are helping consulting to grow despite Africa’s many challenges.

This report contains market size and growth data as well as regional data on industry, and service line market sizes, growth figures, and forecasts for major client industries, consulting service lines, and firm types. And we discuss the most important trends that African consulting leaders need to be aware of as they attempt to grow their own businesses in 2017.

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