Irish Student Consultancy Group in Africa
Irish Student Consulting Group was set up in October of 2014 with the aim of benefiting the Irish economy by helping SMEs (Small-Medium Enterprises) grow while simultaneously increasing the skills of third level students.
Since then, ISCG has helped five Irish SMEs answer their most challenging strategic questions; what will the future of my industry look like in 10 years? How should we enter this new line of business? How can we structure our team more efficiently? The results have been overwhelming; increased exports, jobs created, clarity on the future.
One of these projects is to establish self-sustaining peer consulting groups around the globe. Tanzania is one of the destinations chosen and Quinn student Harry Brenna writes about his time in Dar-es-Salaam.