How We Work with Clients

Boston Consulting Group’s presence in Africa includes five permanent offices in Casablanca, Lagos, Luanda, Nairobi, and Johannesburg, as well as 7 research centers and over 250 consultants across the continent. BCG projects in Africa cover a large spectrum of industries and sectors, including industrial goods, financial institutions, insurance, public and social sectors, agribusiness, energy, consumer products, health care and technology, media, and telecommunications.

We partner with leaders in business and society to tackle their most important challenges and capture their greatest opportunities. BCG was the pioneer in business strategy when it was founded in 1963. Today, we work closely with clients to embrace a transformational approach aimed at benefiting all stakeholders—empowering organizations to grow, build sustainable competitive advantage, and drive positive societal impact.

Our diverse, global teams bring deep industry and functional expertise and a range of perspectives that question the status quo and spark change. BCG delivers solutions through leading-edge management consulting, technology and design, and corporate and digital ventures. We work in a uniquely collaborative model across the firm and throughout all levels of a client’s organization, fueled by the goal of helping our clients thrive and enabling them to make the world a better place.

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Social Impact

Social impact is a significant part of the work we do in Africa. We are deeply committed to our work with development impact partners across Africa, including financial institutions and governments, to solve the most complex issues.

Our Commitment to Climate

BCG is committed to building a climate-resilient, low-carbon, job-rich Africa by supporting governments and companies across the continent to transition to lower carbon economies, accelerate the creation of local green manufacturing capabilities, and invest in climate mitigation and adaptation.

BCG in Africa