News & Insights - 2019


Genesis partners on project for more resilient and water-secure Southern Africa

Genesis has been appointed to the long-term monitoring, evaluation and learning role on Resilient Waters, a five-year programme that aims to build more resilient and water-secure Southern African communities and ecosystems.

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Second Behavioural Economics course later this year

The Applied Behavioural Economics (ABE) team at Genesis Analytics will run another course on Behavioural Economics in Action following the success of the two-day workshop in April.

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Bavani Naidoo appointed as a partner in Financial Services strategy

Bavani Naidoo is the new partner in the Financial Services Strategy (FSS) practice at Genesis Analytics. She is an experienced management consultant who specialised in the financial services industry in both South African and the UK.

Her clients have included tier-1 banks, second-tier or challenger banks and other financial service entities such as fintechs or retail brands looking to enter the financial services industry.

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Genesis to host second behavioural economics training workshop

The Applied Behavioural Economics (ABE) team at Genesis Analytics is excited to announce the second introductory behavioural economics training course.

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Genesis and B Lab to present impact measurement toolkit

Genesis Analytics and B Lab East Africa will be presenting the developed online map of tools, frameworks and standards that practitioners are using in the East Africa region to measure and manage impact at a breakfast meeting at Sankalp Africa Summit 2019 on 22 February.

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Genesis expands expertise in health economics and financing

The Health practice at Genesis Analytics is expanding its expertise in health economics and health financing with the appointment of two experienced Health economists.

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Malherbe to head Competition practice at Genesis Analytics

Stephan Malherbe will head the Competition and Regulatory Economics practice at Genesis Analytics following the appointment of James Hodge as the chief economist of the Competition Commission.

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