Tracking Opportunity and Spearheading Growth
20th - 21st April 2010, JW Marriot, Mumbai
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Dalberg is a boutique consulting firm, specializing in serving management at a variety of public and private sector clients on their most important strategic, organizational and operational challenges related to international development and globalization. We were established in October 2001 by a group of experienced private sector consultants, and today the firm employs over 85 professionals operating from locations in Copenhagen, Geneva, Johannesburg, London, Mumbai, Nairobi, New York, Santiago, San Francisco, and Washington DC.
Dalberg has a distinctive profile in the international development and globalization sector due to our ability to draw on a pool of highly qualified professionals, who combine:
Our service to clients combines practical experience with analytical rigor to deliver tangible results through an approach that incorporates:
Our work is focused in 6 practices: (i) Strategy and Performance; (ii) Access to Finance; (iii) Global Health; (iv) Agriculture; (v) Corporate; and (vi) Energy and Environment.
Dalberg has successfully completed 400+ engagements for more than 100 development organizations, non-profits and companies in over 75 countries. Dalberg enjoys an extremely high repeat client rate: we continue to serve over 85% of clients we served 3 years ago. These include:
African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET)
Africa Development Bank
Asian Development Bank
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Centre for Global Development
Clinton Global Initiative
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Development Bank of Southern Africa
East African Community
Economic Commission for Africa
Federal and Entity Governments, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS
Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Inter-American Development Bank
International Finance Corporation
International Monetary Fund
MSF/Doctors without Borders
Ministry of Trade and Industry, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Ministry of Energy and Mining, Republic of Serbia (Montenegro)
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Office of the Attorney General, New York State
President and Cabinet of Liberia
South African Reconciliation and Development Bond Initiative
Tanzania AIDS Commission
UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations
UN Department of Management
United Kingdom: Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit,
United States Senate
World Food Programme
World Intellectual Property Organization
British High Commission - DFID India
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, creates opportunity for people to escape poverty and improve their lives. We foster sustainable economic growth in developing countries by supporting private sector development, mobilizing private capital, and providing advisory and risk mitigation services to businesses and governments. Our new investments totaled $15 billion in fiscal 2009, helping channel capital into developing countries during the financial crisis. For more information, visit www.ifc.org.
IFC's mandate is to further sustainable economic development through private sector growth. IFC pursues this goal through innovative solutions to the challenges posed by development by investing in projects and institutions in emerging markets; helping build business skills and facilitating policy reform. IFC considers positive development impact an integral part of good business. IFC recognizes that economic growth is sustainable only if it is environmentally conscious and socially responsible and helps improve the quality of life for those living in developing countries.
IFC's investments in emerging market companies and financial institutions help create jobs, build economies and generate tax revenues. IFC’s expertise in advisory services focus on the business enabling environment, corporate advice, infrastructure advisory, access to finance, environment and social sustainability. These initiatives, funded through IFC’s partnerships with donor nations, complement IFC’s investments and nurture entrepreneurial growth.
IFC in India
Established in 1956, IFC commenced operations in India the same year. IFC has invested in over 200 companies and provided advisory support to many of these and other private and public sector institutions in India. IFC is committed to inclusive growth by supporting private investment in infrastructure, offering financial services in under-served markets, and undertaking innovative projects in manufacturing and extractive industries. We are increasingly focusing on projects in renewable energy, energy efficiency and those that address climate change impacts. To learn more about IFC’s activities in South Asia, visit www.ifc.org/southasia.
With a portfolio of $3.3 billion as of 30 June 2009, IFC has an extensive network of relationships and a broad knowledge of the Indian market. IFC's experience in advising governments on public-private partnership transactions in key infrastructure sectors, especially the road transport, airport and port sectors, was acknowledged when the Andhra Pradesh state government recently appointed IFC as a lead adviser for public-private-partnership projects.
The Energy and Resources Institute, a dynamic and flexible organization with a global vision and a local focus, was established in 1974.
While in the initial period, the focus was mainly on documentation and information dissemination, research activities in the fields of energy, environment, and sustainable development were initiated in 1982. The genesis of these activities lay in TERI’s firm belief that efficient utilisation of energy, sustainable use of natural resources, large-scale adoption of renewable energy technologies, and reduction of all forms of waste would move the process of development towards the goal of sustainability.
TERI is deeply committed to every aspect of sustainable development—from providing environment-friendly solutions to rural energy problems to helping shape the development of the Indian oil and gas sector; from tackling global climate change issues across many continents to enhancing forest conservation efforts among local communities; from finding solutions to growing urban transport and air pollution problems to promoting energy efficiency in the Indian industry. The emphasis has always been on finding innovative solutions to make the world a better place to live in. However, while TERI’s vision is global, its roots are firmly entrenched in Indian soil. All activities in TERI revolve around formulating local- and national-level strategies and suggesting global solutions to critical energy- and environment-related issues. It is with this purpose that TERI has established regional centres in Bangalore (Karnataka), Panaji (Goa), Guwahati (Assam), and Supi (Uttarakhand); an office in Mumbai; and a presence in Japan, Malaysia, the UAE, Belgium and Africa. It has also set up affiliate institutes—TERI North America in Washington, DC, USA, and TERI Europe in London, UK.
TERI hosts the annual Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, which is swiftly gathering momentum as a major forum for the convergence of world renowned leaders and thinkers dealing with the issue of sustainability.
With a staff strength of over 700, drawn from multidisciplinary and highly specialized fields, with offices and regional centres equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, and with a diverse range of activities, TERI is the largest developing country institution working to move human society towards a sustainable future. TERI makes effective use of the latest developments in modern information technology in both its in-house and outreach activities. It also publishes a large number of books, including children’s books, reports, magazines and newsletters.
TERI lays great emphasis on training, capacity building, and education. In 1999, it set up TERI University (under the UGC Act). Since its inception, it has evolved as a research university, offering doctoral and masters programmes in bioresources, biotechnology, energy, environment, regulatory and policy studies, and natural resources management.
With over 25 years of excellence in research and innovation, TERI is now poised for further growth, driven by a global vision and outreach, with a philosophy that assigns primacy to enterprise in government, industry and individual actions.
Dasra is a non-profit organization that brings two vital, catalyzing elements to the NGO sector in India: management expertise, in the form of capacity building support; and funding, specifically focused on supporting the costs that will enable organizations to grow. At Dasra we maximize charitable contributions for philanthropists and enable organizations to scale. Dasra runs the Dasra Social-Impact program, India's leading professional development course for social entrepreneurs wanting to build the skills needed to grow their organizations.
Global Energy Private Limited
GEPL was formally created in 1994 and is at present a “Category - I” inter-state power trader also holding various intra-state licences for power trading across the country, besides being a generator of electricity. Till date, GEPL has handled over 2000 MUs. The promoters of GEPL were the first power traders in India having started power trading in 1986. GEPL brings to the table a unique set of expertise in the area of power generation, power trading, consultancy and advisory services. The Company has a presence in all electricity regions of the country.
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