Seventythree is a management consulting firm operating at the nexus of the energy, natural resource, land-use and industrial sectors of developing and emerging markets and economies.
Seventythree provides a range of advisory and management services to private sector clients, governments, NGOs and philanthropists – ranging from the macro policy level to the factory or farm level. Seventy Three Pte.Ltd. is based in Singapore, with the capacity to execute projects in Asia, Africa and Europe
Seventythree believes that continued improvement in human flourishing can best take place when systems of production and distribution are designed transparently and fairly; and whereby all forms of capital are considered and valued; including human, manufactured, financial, and natural capital.
Seventythree’s mission is to prove the case, with theory, evidence and demonstration, that respecting natural capital in the pursuit of profit and prosperity is a pre-condition for long-term sustainable development.
Seventythree was founded by Dominic Elson, Matthias Rhein and Adrian Wells, who between them have extensive senior experience in public policy advice, economic development and investment.
In addition to the three founders, Seventythree works closely with a number of consultants and sub-contractors.
Seventythree is currently involved in a number of projects in Asia and Africa:
To find out more about the skills and experience of the founders, connect via LinkedIn.
In the meantime, follow our occasional thought-provoking updates on Twitter.
We are always keen to meet freelance consultants who are interested in working with us.
To be a good fit with Seventythree, you are likely to have had an unconventional career path, and harboured heretical notions about economics, politics and the environment. You may be looking for a way to reignite your passion for development and justice, and apply your talents to work that gets results. If you recognise this description, then please send us your CV.
You will not find reductionism or easy answers at Seventythree, but you will find debate. We enjoy sharing ideas, facts and stories that illuminate the pathway to possible solutions.
We try to WORK OUT LOUD.
Scan our twitter stream of consciousness, read our occasional news articles or delve into our publication archive to learn more about the Seventythree world view.
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