Genesis Analytics was one of the first economics-based consulting firms to be established in Africa and has since grown into the largest.

How do we unlock value?

We do this in many ways. For instance, we do it when we figure out the mobile entry strategy for a bank operating in a fast-growing market. When we provide a litigation-proof analytical foundation for a regulator wishing to reduce mobile-phone termination rates, saving low-income consumers hundreds of millions of dollars a year. We unlock value when we devise a horticulture strategy for a large East African country that can create 100 000 jobs. We unlock value when our analysis prompts the restructuring of a water scheme to serve thousands more households in more needy areas. These are just four examples drawn from our large archive of case studies.

More highlight projects that have unlocked value for our clients

Welcome to the 2019 graduates

WELCOME TO THE CLASS OF 2019: Eight analysts officially joined us in February 2019. They are (from left):  Ndodzo Mawela (Financial Services Strategy), Natalie Maricich (Evaluation for Development), Nompilo Mtunzi (Shared Value), Julia Standish-White (Applied Behavioural Economics), Adriaan Slabbert (Financial Services Strategy), Mapaseka Setlhodi (Evaluation for Development), Allison Pieterse (Competition and Regulatory Economics) and Tamika Fellows (Health).

Welcome to Genesis. We wish you well during your time at the firm.

Current job opportunities

grads-www-crop.png#asset:3773We are looking for passionate, self-motivated and energetic problem-solvers with analytics skills and an excellent academic record. 

Genesis recruits graduates and experienced professionals as well as specialists for specific projects. We are currently recruiting:

  • Graduates at international universities, Read more
  • Analyst in Competition and Regulatory Economics, Read more
  • Managers and senior consultants, Read more
  • Technical experts, Read more

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