B360 Consulting

/B360 Consulting


B360™ Consulting encompasses a mix of industry and functional expertise designed to advise our clients on finance, strategic, organizational, technological and operational issues. Our unique background, capabilities, and client-focused nature enable us to provide solutions for some of the largest problems facing our clients all over the globe.

Our background and approach, more of ‘advisory’, meaning long term and relationship-based, rather than the short term ‘consulting’ enables us to sustainably advise business and organizational leaders across multiple sectors, including construction, energy, consumer, industrial products, water, health care, information technology, financial services, oil and gas, private equity and government. We have mastered win-win opportunities for entrepreneurs, start-ups, small businesses with high-potential private equity clients and nonprofit groups.

In as much as B360™ has global reach, and capabilities we retains our trademark boutique culture and local focus. Our team-members continue to highlight cultural factors such as entrepreneurial environment, collegial atmosphere and culture-bridge creators.

Training, inverse and reverse trade missions and conferences and workshops.


B360 has a lot in Knowledge with regards to training. This is due to its long history of doing so. One its recent trainings was in Rwanda termed Power Africa Expansion Short-Term Technical Assistance Project Management Rwanda Energy Group (REG). When it comes to training, a training session has three major parts; what you do before, during, and after the session. In its trainings B360 follows a five step process that sets it apart and ensures positive outcomes.

  1. Assess training needs – This helps to assess which areas to focus on.
  2. Set organizational training objectives – To help will identify any gaps in your current training initiatives and employee skill sets.
  3. Create training action plan – Involves creating pilot programs to gather feedback to make adjustments well before launching the final training.
  4. Implement training initiatives – The program comes to life.
  5. Evaluate & revise training: After the training the is evaluated to determine if it was successful and met training objectives.


B360 understands conferences and workshop objectives come from knowledge and awareness of the participants’ needs; participation, as a process, is the most important condition for ensuring that learning does indeed take place; and visualization is the means by which it is possible. This is why B360 in its workshops and conferences ensures that there are; the coordinators people who are responsible for the organization and general coordination of the workshop; the moderators the people who are responsible for leading and introducing a fresh perspective into the material which deals with the workshop content; and the trainers the people responsible for subject content.

Functional Practice Areas

  • Corporate Finance
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Transactions
  • Business Technology
  • Advisory
  • Consulting
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Operations
  • Organization
  • Strategy

Industry Practices

  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Transportation & Logistic
  • Aviation and Aerospace products
  • Water & Waste Water
  • Electronics
  • Chemicals
  • Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Electric Power & Natural Gas
  • Financial Services


  • Healthcare Systems & Services
  • Infrastructure and Infrastructure Security & Safety
  • Metals & Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Private Equity & Principal Investors
  • Public Sector
  • B2B


B360 has and is continuingly getting involved in a lot of Reverse trade missions. This is due to its long history of doing so. One its recent Reverse Trade missions which was done in partnership with Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) was in New York termed Doing Business in Kenya. The main reason for doing these reverse trade missions is because  B360 believes in sharing, exchanging and expanding beyond its borders as companies. The trade missions help in sharing best practices with partners throughout the world, by bringing key stakeholders from foreign countries, like government officials and business leaders, to the United States to introduce them to the design, manufacture and operation of U.S. goods and services. In short Reverse trade missions create win win situations which is a good thing.