ICCE Advisory Services partners and works with business leaders, governments and development agencies across emerging market economies (Asia-Pacific, African and the Middle East) to tackle the complex challenges they face, whether that’s securing partners, international investment, seeking to improving the quality of life and opportunities for citizens, or responding to the needs of a global changes.
We provide the most experienced and trusted minds across multiple sectors and regions within our domain. We invest in partnerships that deliver long-term value.
Our network of consultants brings together decades of consulting and advisory experiences which can be leveraged for transformational business and economic growth.
Where others see complexities, we create unlimited opportunities.
Why they choose us
We provide a purpose driven consulting and advisory insights. We work with our clients’ ultimate interest at the center of each project. We dare to be different, and we are encouraged to see and do things differently.
Sound intelligence and relevant business and economic information based on empirical data are imperative in order to identify the right opportunities, mitigate risks and tap into emerging markets’ massive potential.
We strive every day to keep partners and clients ahead of the market and to achieve the maximum results which exceeds their expectations.
Why emerging markets?
By 2025, annual consumption in emerging markets will reach $30 trillion accounting nearly 50% of the world’s total.
The number of consuming class in emerging markets will reach 4.2 billion by 2025 out of a global population of 7.9 billion.
65 million people
In emerging-market economies, the population of cities grows by 65 million people a year—the equivalent of seven cities, the size of Chicago.
440 emerging-market cities
Approximately 440 emerging-market cities are set to deliver close to half of global GDP growth by 2025.
Urban water-related infrastructure will require $480 billion in global investment by 2025, with 80 percent of that flowing to emerging-market cities.
$6.9 trillion annually
In developing countries, the emerging class—nearly two billion strong—spends a total of $6.9 trillion annually.