Andrew is a Private Sector Development economist specialising in inclusive business, export development and industry collaboration. He has worked in investment and supply chain brokering, shipping logistics, education and nutrition across a range of African countries, private sector and export development, strategic review and business innovation. Andrew’s speciality is working with African companies and pro-poor organisations (from INGOs to farmer associations) to find the right business and investment models. Andrew’s work in the UK includes economic value analysis in renewable energy (for The Crown Estate) and for Scottish-African diaspora associations. Andrew has provided advisory support for, and conducted strategic reviews and evaluations of, trade and inclusive business projects for clients such as the Scottish Government, UNDP, WFP, DFID, SIDA, The Commonwealth Secretariat, ILO/SADC, Fairtrade International and Traidcraft. In 2009-2011, Andrew was the Malawi Country Manager for DFID’s Business Innovation Facility, and is a member of the Chartered Management Institute (MCMI). Andrew is the Vice-Chair for organisational development for the Scotland-Malawi Partnership. Based in the UK, Andrew works regularly across Africa alongside the wider Imani team.