International Private Enterprise Group – DC – A Day in the Life of a BOP Consultant
Ever wondered how you can move into the elusive world of BOP consulting?
The DC chapter of the International Private Enterprise Group is pleased to announce its May meeting, “A Day in the Life of a BOP Consultant.” The featured speaker will be Andrew Mack, founder and Principal of AMGlobal Consulting.Andrew, a former World Bank official, has worked in over 70 countries – with special emphasis on emerging markets in Latin America, Asia, and especially Africa. He has represented international donors, NGOs, and private sector firms such as Oracle, Chevron, Motorola, and Volvo in work with Emerging Markets around the world. AMGlobal, a growing consulting firm, helps companies increase and deepen their work in emerging economies.
For his presentation, “A Day in the Life of a BOP Consultant,” Andrew will discuss the founding of AMGlobal and give IPEG members unique insights into the day-to-day operations of an emerging markets consulting firm.
The May meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 23 at the World Resources Institute, starting at 6:00. Snacks and beverages will be provided; RSVP is requested to Rob Katz (rkatz [at] wri -dot- org).
Featuring: Andrew Mack; “A Day in the Life of a BOP Consultant”
When: Wednesday, May 23 at 6:00 pm
Where: World Resources Institute
10 G. Street NE, 8th Floor
Metro: Union Station (Red Line)
RSVP: Rob Katz (rkatz [at] wri -dot- org)