Providing cutting edge perspectives and solutions to businesses enterprises

Global Networks

SIG capitalizes on its strong networks built by its President over decades interacting with international public policy leaders and outstanding American, Asian and African business entrepreneurs at international conferences hosted by the likes of The World Bank; IMF; The UN; prominent universities and Think tanks.

Worldwide Networks

Energy sector

SIG is part of the American energy industry with a prominent international portfolio in in marketing energy products especially oil and gas. SIG is a member of the United States Energy Association (USEA), the U.S. Member Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC), as represented by Ms. Rosemary Segero.

Energy

Manufacturing

SIG supports U.S. manufacturing businesses to sprout domestically and expand internationally in alignment with the policies and plan of action laid down by bipartisan U.S. Congress Manufacturing Caucuses and guidelines provided by Manufacturing USA in view of creating optimum business environment for boosting American manufacturing industry.

Manufacturing

SMEs

SIG supports the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) under the rubric SIG’s President terms the Missing Middle Link Concept (MMLC), congruent with polices of the World Bank, IMF and the UN, and held by many economists but as set apart from micro enterprises as they are key engine of growth.

SMEs

World Leaders

SIG benefits by Ms. Rosemary Segeros perspective broadened by sustained interaction with world leaders at international gatherings on promoting the role of the private sector ranging from Presidents of the World Bank, IMF and Secretary General of the United Nations to national leaders of countries of the world.

World Leaders

Multi-pronged Services

SIG provides pertinent support at any specific stage of the business cycle of concerned customers with the aim of maximizing their opportunities in every conceivable economic activity encompassing trade, investment, finance, technology, infrastructure, manufacturing industry and agriculture

What We Do

International Finance and development

SIG pool of expertise is informed of the broad outlay of international finance and development policies, recommendations and best guide practices laid down and elaborated by relevant global leaders in the field including the World Bank, IMF, the United Nations, the leaders of the multilateral development banks (MDBs), in partnership with development partners, representatives of the G20, G-24, and G-77, the OECD, national leaders and private sector in view of involving of all stakeholders in planning, financing through domestic resource mobilization as well as national/international financing, and operating infrastructure services, including governments, consumers, the private sector and civil society. Sig pool of expertise reflects the systematized review of progress made on international finance and development by SIG’s Vice President Professor A. Ghebremichael, an international law expert.

Finance and development