We assist multinational organizations, private equity and venture capital firms that are seeking to expand their global footprint through investments in Somaliland. Publications the world over are detailing the flood of money that is steadily flowing into the continent. Unlike a few years ago, where only the extractive industries garnered any attention, a variety of industries are now represented on deal sheets. iDHAMAC offers one-shop stop service for companies that want to capitalize on the opportunities here in Somaliland:
· Project establishment
· Deal Sourcing
· Due Diligence
· Local Insights
Knowing the numerous benefits foreign investors bring to Somaliland, iDHAMAC does its best to make investments efficient and transparent by working through all of the necessities for acquiring relevant legal documentation.
iDHAMAC applies its skills, connections and expertise to source the best development and investment opportunities for clients. iDHAMAC’s consultancy provides independent advice on the progression of the clients plans as they relate to local context: from sourcing and purchasing land, buildings, or other assets, through to sales and marketing strategy. iDHAMAC provides developers and other investors with expert advice and support throughout every stage of the process, from acquisition to delivery.
Somaliland is a rapidly developing market, with a wide variety of opportunities for first movers. iDHAMAC provides valuable market analysis for its clients, including:
iDHAMAC will ensure its clients receive all necessary investors’ licenses, work permits, foreign company registrations, and local identification numbers required to operate in Somaliland. Our firm takes great care to ensure clients are always in good standing with local regulatory offices.
When companies enter East Africa, they are faced with a mountain of work to become operational. More often than not, many of these tasks are one-time, start-up related jobs that fall outside the company’s core competencies. Outsourcing them to iDHAMAC ensures investors have fewer items to juggle and more time to focus on what they know best.
Examples of outsourced project management jobs include: