Philosophy

“I look for meaning in everything I do. I feel a sort of responsibility towards bigger causes and I can not care less when naysayers tell me that it is impossible to make any difference.
The reason I do not care about how high stakes are is that I get my fulfillment from doing what I believe in regardless to the outcome.

This has been the key driver behind redirecting my consultancy services from private businesses to public projects. I believe that more talents are needed to help with solving today’s imperative problems and building better living conditions everywhere around the globe. 

I love criticism, it keeps alert and thriving for improvements- Please feel free to share your feedback, proposals or even random ideas. Creativity is nothing but heading to a destination that you are yet to discover.”

Mohamed Hal

 

Work Style

Pro-bono Services
We offer free-of-charge consultancy services to non-profit community development projects. Only operational costs shall be covered.

Staffing
Specialised professionals are subcontracted based on assignment requirements and the location of the assignment.

Confidentiality
Every engagement is executed under a strict NDA that specifies the scale of info Hal can use or share out of the project.

Fees
Payable only after successful delivery without any down payments. There is no fixed man-day rate, it varies per case.

Expertise

Hal started his career 8 years ago as a business analyst assisting organizations with problem solving. Along this journey he has delivered numerous assignments in 6+ countries and 10+ sectors. His practice has been focused on strategy development, financial planning and optimal resource allocation. He holds a BSc and MSc degrees in management and economics. His last degree is from Vilnius University.

Later on, he decided to direct his practice to the public domain in order to work on projects that impact millions of lives. Hal teams up with a top-notch professionals in different industries and continuously works on adapting the advanced practices used in large corporations to the more challenging context of public development.

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