These resident-correspondents and collaborators are your contacts on the spot
to supervise the planning and implementation of your project.
Further to that core of specialists, Dr. Quenum and Associates have access
to a pool of international experienced experts from emerging countries (Malaysia,
South Africa, India and Brazil) to make sure the South-South characteristics
of your projects are fully taking care of (equipment and process conceived and
adapted to local weather and socio-economic conditions. Etc.)
necessity commands, Dr. Quenum and Associates co-opt in as many as temporary
staff members and local consultants to cover and manage projects.
Further, Dr. Quenum & Associates's top management (principal, project manager
and financing research manager) has a cumulative experience of 55 years in business
planning in sub-Saharan African countries.
The principal of Dr. Quenum & Associates' CV is below briefly outlined
Quenum, Managing Director of Dr. Quenum & Associates is graduated
Docteur-d'Etat-Es-Sciences Physiques - University of Lyons, France. The
highest degree in French scientific academia - equivalent to PhD.
Visiting Professor in Physics and Chemistry to the Polytechnic Institute
of Lubumbashi (Democratic Republic of Congo) in 1975.
Professor of Chemistry at the National University of Gabon, 1975-1978.
Director of Intertech - International Agro-industrial and Technology Development
Consulting - at Abidjan, Ivory-Coast - 1978-1986.
Senior-Expert to the Center for the Development of Industry - CDI - Brussels,
Belgium, 1986-1991 - in charge of agribusiness development in 68 members states
of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) associated to the European Union through
the so-called "The
In said position and capacity, at CDI, Dr. Quenum supervised and coordinated
the implementation and rehabilitation of more than one hundred agribusiness projects
in the ACP. He visited most of the African countries of his jurisdiction and
built-up an extensive network of relationships among their business community
and government circles.
holds dual citizenship/Beninese
and Belgian and lived in Senegal (1963-1967) - France (1967-1974)
- The Democratic Republic of The Congo (1975) - Gabon (1975-1978) - Ivory-Coast
(1978-1986) - From 1986 to 1991 in Belgium and since 1991 between Benin and Belgium -
traveling around the Black Continent.
Listed here are academic and scientific papers published by Dr. Quenum: in
Germany (Die Makromolekulare Chemie, Vol 157, 1974, pages 1597-1611) - The United
Kingdom (European Polymer Journal, Vol 7, 1971, page 1527; Vol 9, 1973, page
777; and Vol 10, 1974, page 1570) - France (Chimie Analytique, Vol 53,
1971) - Japan (Polymer Journal, Vol 7, 1975, pages 287-311).