At Kina Advisory we are passionate about two things: the future of the African Continent and the transformative role which business can play in helping countries and communities positively shape that future.
Meaning ‘depth’ in Swahili, Kina provides strategic counsel and practical assistance to companies operating and investing in Africa and other emerging economies.
We specialise in helping our clients to advance their interests by shaping and delivering smarter approaches to building productive relationships with key stakeholders. Underpinning this, we work with our clients to understand the operating context, specifically the political, social, socio-economic, environmental, and governance issues that are critical to the commercial success, ongoing viability and sustainability of their businesses.
We also work with client firms to manage the environmental and social impacts of their activities and to foster the broader socio-economic development of their host countries and communities, which we believe leads to deeper and more inclusive long term growth.
We are pragmatic, commercially-focused, and innovative – marrying strategy with operational execution and delivery. We combine a deep and wide knowledge of African countries with international experience – illuminating the operating context, the opportunities and the constraints.
What we are up to & News
Derick Omari wins the Queen’s Young Leader Award
From 4000 finalists from across the common wealth, Derick Omari, a graduate of the Class of 2018 at Ashesi University, Ghana is awarded the Queen’s Young Leader Award. Dericks goal … “My greatest desire has been to make a substantial positive impact in Africa. To receive the Queen’s Young Leaders Award along the way to this dream is a great honour.” Click to read more
Congratulations to the 2018 class of graduates from Ashesi University
Kina Advisory congratulates the 2018 class of graduates from Ashesi University. We particularly want to mention a young female graduate, Teni Agana, who has an inspiring story. To know more, just click here:
Key to investment success in developing countries
Published in the The New Model Corporate Affairs Director’, Managing Director Rosalind Kainyah discusses understanding the socio-economic environment and creating the right conversations as key to success in investing in new markets in developing countries and the role of the Corporate Affairs Director. Click here to read the full article.
Ghanaian women empowered in business
Empowering women in business is a key aspect of the fifth sustainable development goals. The 2018 Mastercard Index of Women’s Entrepreneurship (MIWE) names Ghana as having the highest percentage of female business owners at 46.4%.
It is encouraging to read about businesses led by women that also consider environmental sustainability, such as the collaboration between Redavia, a German rental solar company, implementing a solar farm for the Ghanaian hospitality group Linda Dor.
Congratulations to the Young CEO of the Year
Kina Advisory congratulates Dr Amy Jadesimi, CEO of LADOL for winning the Young CEO of the Year award at the 2018 Africa CEO Forum. Amy is a role model for young and old, men and women alike https://t.co/stvCAA5FEr.