Uniquely focused on emerging markets in Africa and the Caribbean, GoodWorks acts as a catalyst linking forward-thinking companies with fast-growing economies to create, develop and pursue profitable business opportunities that might otherwise go unrealized. We provide our clients specialized insight into the business, economic, cultural, political, and historic conditions necessary to achieving success in new and unfamiliar emerging markets worldwide.
We offer a talented and experienced staff of world-class professionals-experts in the fields of business development, law, finance, trade, marketing, economic development, public relations, information technology, government relations and private equity investment. The GoodWorks team of consultants has lived and worked throughout the United States, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean and in the process have attained a high level of expertise in variety of industries, including transportation, power, oil and gas (including LNG), mining and minerals, water and sanitation, airports, telecommunications, toll roads, tourism, hospitality and other infrastructure-related industries.
In addition to the success of our clients, GoodWorks is dedicated to economic development and progress of Africa and the Caribbean. In keeping with our corporate mandate, GoodWorks ensures that all of our projects are designed to enhance/improve the social and economic progress of the people in the countries and regions in which we operate.
GoodWorks strives to meet our clients’ needs while working towards the greater good – not incompatible goals in the view of this company. Integrity, fairness, transparency and intellectual honesty are essential to our success and the success of our clients. By adhering to these principles, we embody our credo : We do well by doing good.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, GoodWorks has grown tremendously over the past ten years, successfully launching offices in Washington, DC and New York City. In addition, GoodWorks operates in six African countries – Nigeria (Abuja and Lagos), Ghana, Ivory Coast, Angola, Rwanda and Tanzania – with seven international offices. In 2008 an office will be opened in South Korea and plans are under consideration for expanding into the Middle East and China.