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MADE CONSORTIUM SERVICES
Alignment. Effort. Impact.
If you are a multinational looking to localise in South Africa or a local business looking to outcompete and increase profitability through a sustainable approach to empowerment, MADE is an ideal strategy and implementation partner. Built and backed by a team of experienced professionals - MADE walks the talk.
MADE's Consulting Services (MCS) deliver value across the entire DEI, empowerment and B-BBEE ecosystems, from strategy and policy right through to training, execution, measurement and engagement.
Our MADE BPO office specialises in the implementation of global ICT apprenticeships and can assist your business with project, process and people work within and beyond outside the context of South Africa's empowerment environment.
Contact MADE to find how our services and solutions can transform your company and grow your bottom line.
Transformation and Empowerment Strategies that Connect and Excite
With years of experience, the MADE team has the capabilities and expertise to take your business to the next level.
At MADE Consortium, we combine our insights and skills to transform your policies, processes and strategy, and in turn- your company.
We’re proud to help shape and improve how our clients structure, manage and empower their businesses. Contact MADE for:
Leadership and Employee Engagement Surveys
B-BBEE strategy, implementation and ongoing measurement
Supplier Development and Localisation (SD&L) solutions and monitoring
Change and transformation metrics
B-BBEE verification preparation
Social and Labour Planning
Tactical event speakers and thought leadership
Steering / governing committee formation and capacitation (B-BBEE/ SD&L/EE/D&I)
Connect with MADE
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MADE CONSORTIUM B-BBEE CERTIFICATE
Made is a Black Woman Owned Exempt Micro Enterprise in terms of South Africa's B-BBEE Act and applicable Codes of Good Practice.
We carry a Level 1 Contributor Status.
Made is also a qualifying Enterprise and Supplier Development beneficiary under the Amended ICT Codes of Good Practice.