PATHMOS Consulting is a leading international consulting and management firm that specializes in Green Clean Technology, Waste Management & Recycling, Land Development & Management, and Sustainable Healthcare Solutions in Sub-Sahara Africa. With decades of experience and an extensive network of expert advisors and resources, we are a considerable source of knowledge and strategic advice that can help public and private entities meet their respective goals in these industries in Sub-Sahara Africa.
At PATHMOS, we grasp the complexities public and private entities encounter in Sub-Sahara Africa with the traditional models of healthcare, waste management, land development & management, and green technology. We understand the untapped value in these industries and we have the expertise to construct profitable solutions to bring our client's visions into reality and guarantee that we exceed their expectations.
PATHMOS’s reputation is based on highly professional and tailored services that we offer to each client with whom we build strong and lasting relationships. With technical, legal, economic, political and communication backgrounds, our proficient multilingual staff work closely with leading company executives, who entrust us with successfully executing their intentions.
At PATHMOS, we also assist companies in the United States and abroad in entering or expanding into markets throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. PATHMOS also specializes in marketing U.S. competitive clean and sustainable technologies and services to clients in Sub Saharan Africa. We provide overseas consulting services on export opportunities of clean and sustainable technologies and services in favor of U.S. based companies in return for facilitated capacity building and management systems that support rule based sustainable development among public and private business sectors in sub Sahara Africa.
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