what is the aim of growing capacity?
Growing Capacity aims to help governments and corporations develop strategies to promote more and better investment to promote sustainable growth.
Who runs growing capacity?
Ken Davies, the President of Growing Capacity, is the former Chief Economist, Asia and Chief China Economist at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU, the research arm of The Economist Group) in Hong Kong and London and also the former Principal Administrator/Senior Economist/Head of Global Relations in the Investment Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
Where does Growing capacity operate?
Growing Capacity is available for consultancy work throughout the world.
Where is growing capacity based?
In the Hudson Valley in New York State in the United States of America.
WHich policy areas can growing capacity help with?
Growing Capacity can help with:
Developing policies at national and regional level to attract foreign direct investment while simultaneously retaining and promoting domestic investment.
Research into national and regional economic development needs and strategies.
Organizing seminars, workshops, fora, symposia, and other group discussions at all levels to consider policy options to promote investment and sustainable development.
Running conflict resolution workshops to bring together opposing groups to seek step-by-step positive solutions to current disputes.
How much does it cost?
Growing Capacity has variable charging modes to accommodate customers’ budgeting procedures and needs. We generally advise charging for value of work done, but can also charge for time if preferred. Agreement is reached at the start of each project on the amount and timing of payment.