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Impact Africa Consulting Limited celebrates launch of new office, marking a milestone in its expansion journey

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Nairobi, Kenya – Today marks a significant milestone for Impact Africa Consulting Limited (IACL), a leader in sustainability and strategy advisory, as it celebrates the grand opening of its new office at Ridgeview Place, Ridgeways Road, conveniently situated across Ridgeways Mall in Nairobi. This momentous occasion represents a significant leap in IACL’s commitment to driving sustainable development and offering innovative, pragmatic solutions throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. 

Established as a professional services firm, IACL has carved a niche in providing independent, top-tier advice in the realms of sustainability, strategy development and implementation, and leadership. Its remarkable journey has seen it work with over 40 clients across 14 countries in Africa since its inception. Renowned for its collaborations with illustrious entities such as Kenchic Limited, British High Commission Nairobi, TotalEnergies, The Hub Karen, Peak and Dale Solutions Ltd, Britam, NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY, ChildFund Kenya, Diamond Trust Bank, Kenya Airways, Absa Group, ICPAK (Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya), Bank of Baroda, Nairobi Securities Exchange PLC, KCA University, Unga Group PLC, Dalbit Petroleum Limited, Centenary Bank, CRYSTAL VENTURES LIMITED, Jaguar, ICPAR, KWFT, Adrian Group, CIMERWA and Credit Bank among others, IACL has been a pivotal force in transforming African enterprises into competitive, sustainable entities. 

In the words of Dr. Edward Mungai, Lead Consultant and Partner at IACL, “The inauguration of our new office today is not just an expansion; it’s a testament to our enduring dedication to empower African businesses. This new facility will enhance our capacity to serve our existing and future clients, ensuring that sustainable practices are not just a goal but a reality for businesses across the continent.” 

The Ridgeview Place office is the first in a series of regional offices slated to open across Africa within the year. This expansion underlines IACL’s robust growth and unwavering dedication to making a tangible impact on the continent’s sustainability and economic development. 

This strategic expansion aligns with IACL’s mission to add value to its client’s businesses by improving their economic, environmental, and social performance. With a vision to be the number one African sustainability and climate action advisory firm, the new office stands as a symbol of IACL’s commitment to excellence, innovation, and client service. 

IACL’s growth and the opening of new offices across Africa reflect our resolve to bring world-class sustainability and strategic advisory services closer to our clients,” added Dr. Mungai. “We are not just expanding our geographical footprint; we are deepening our impact and enhancing our ability to foster sustainable development in the region.” 

The Ridgeview Place office is expected to play a critical role in facilitating closer interactions with clients, understanding their unique needs, and crafting bespoke solutions that align with global best practices yet are rooted in the realities of the African business landscape. 

IACL’s success story is not just about its professional achievements but also about its contribution to the broader goal of sustainable development in Africa. The firm’s engagements, led by industry veterans, combine world-class best practices with practical, real-world operating experience, embodying the dynamism of a start-up team. 

  

As IACL continues to grow, it remains committed to its core values of integrity, innovation, and impact. The new office is a beacon of this commitment, promising to bring a new era of sustainable development and strategic growth for businesses in Africa. 

For those interested in learning more about IACL’s transformative work, the firm welcomes inquiries and collaborations. Additionally, IACL is currently accepting applications for its February GRI Certification training cohort, further emphasizing its role in enhancing sustainability reporting skills across the continent. 

Solomon Irungu
Solomon Irunguhttps://solomonirungu.com/
Solomon Irungu is a Communication Expert working with Impact Africa Consulting Ltd supporting organizations across Africa in sustainability advisory. He is also the managing editor of Africa Sustainability Matters and is deeply passionate about sustainability news. He can be contacted via mailto:solomonirungu@impactingafrica.com

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