IPE Global brings together its European, African and South East Asia markets under one newly rebranded unified brand Triple Line.
Formerly known as IPE Triple Line Consulting, the newly rebranded Triple Line, an international development consulting organisation, will continue to support the strengthening of environmentally sustainable, social and economic development for the public, private and voluntary sectors. It is a division of IPE Global Limited, an international development consulting company with over 20 years of experience.
The rebrand is part of the ongoing evolution of Triple Line’s business towards unifying and bringing its five offices – Ethiopia, Kenya, Myanmar, Philippines and UK – together into one single division under the brand Triple Line.
“We are looking to further grow our footprint in these five markets and investing in local talent in each market to drive the business. At Triple Line we are committed to drive development and social change in every market we operate in by thinking globally and acting locally,” said Mathis Primdal, Director and COO, Triple Line. “We have added capacity in our offices in Africa to ensure that we have the best local talent on ground to deliver value for our clients and the communities we operate in.”
“Aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development our focus on People, Planet, Prosperity will serve to underscore the multiple ways in which we enrich people’s lives by protecting the planet and improving human, social, economic and environmental sustainability. This reaffirms the triple bottom line thinking that led to the founding of the original Triple Line Consulting,” he added.
Triple Line has a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach and draws on these experience working with various organisations to deliver value in the various areas it operates in. The organisation works with Governments, financial institutions, foundations and civil societies to deliver an expanding portfolio of development assistance in countries across Africa, Asia, and the rest of the world. They work in multiple areas of development including Cities and infrastructure, Environment, forests and climate change, Gender and inclusion, Private sector development, Trade and industrialisation, Monitoring, evaluation and learning, Fund management, among others.