Koios is an international advisory and consulting firm based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. We have experience in over 60 countries in Asia/Pacific, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, and sector/industry experience in financial services, transport, mining, telecommunications, agribusiness, industrial infrastructure, and renewable energy. Koios Associates helps its clients succeed in emerging markets by using data, instead of guesswork, to develop and implement solutions to their most important strategic marketing, sourcing and investment challenges.
With Koios’ assistance, our clients make the right decisions, execute them flawlessly, and increase their competitiveness in regional and global markets.
We also help national and municipal governments and agencies improve their business environment; attract
domestic and foreign investment; increase competitiveness of local
industries; support small and medium enterprises;
promote and expand exports; create public-private partnerships for
infrastructure development (with a special concentration on industrial parks and special economic zones);
and restructure, commercialize, and privatize state-owned
enterprises and assets.
Koios (pronounced Co-EE-us) was the Greek Titan god of “questioning intelligence.” He married Phoebe, the Moon Goddess, and their daughter, Leto, gave birth to Apollo.
There are few stories about Koios; his wife and grandson were both more famous. But, given the questioning nature of his intellect, it makes sense to consider him the God of Consultants.
Koios Associates takes the “questioning” aspect of intelligence seriously. When we analyze information we question the assumptions it is based on. We don’t accept, and we don’t provide, stock answers and pre-packaged solutions. We don’t assume that just because everyone else is doing something it is the right thing to do.view case studies
A Koios consultant conducted a partner search and negotiated an exclusive agency agreement in Yemen for a European manufacturer of oil drilling equipment. service service service
Koios conducted an analysis of the South Korean telecommunications equipment industry.
A European security advisory firm sought to expand in Africa by acquiring a security operations firm.
Small farmers in developing countries have a hard time getting their products into domestic markets, much less into export markets. They have limited access to information transport and credit, and are at the mercy of middlemen to provide transport and access to markets. A consulting team with the International Trade Centre, led by Koios Managing […]
Koios experts led the restructuring of Jordan’s investment promotion and enterprise development institutions.
A Koios consultant developed a 10-country Pacific Rim investment, marketing and sourcing strategy.
Koios Associates led a consortium to assist Saudi Arabia in developing Special Economic Zones.
Koios experts conducted a demand assessment and financial feasibility study for a proposed industrial park.
Koios experts carried out the demand and competitiveness assessment portion of a pre-feasibility study for a proposed free trade zone.
Koios experts conducted an overall assessment of administrative barriers to foreign direct investment.
Koios experts evaluated administrative barriers to investment.
A Koios expert participated as business operations expert on a FIAS/World Bank assignment for the Seychelles Investment Board.
A private equity fund wanted to evaluate a potential investment in a start-up cellular telephony company.
Koios led a public-private initiative to create new investment, trade and enterprise institutions.