The company is planning to develop a new real estate development in Niger. The project would be a first of its kind in the Niger market, however, market demand needs to be further verified with stronger market intelligence during the business planning process. Given IFC’s experience in the sector, there is an opportunity to provide advisory support in the conceptualization of the project, as a basis for future commercial financing.
The objective of the project is to support the client to analyze the feasibility of a potential real estate development in Niger. This will assist the client to appropriately design and size the project for the market, based on practical market intelligence combined with IFC's industry experience. For IFC, a broader objective is to support "Local Champions" that can demonstrate the viability of entrepreneurship and commercial investment in Niger.
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