In DG we study  each business case carefully  provides justification for undertaking a project evaluates the benefit, cost and risk of alternative options and provides a rationale for the preferred solution. To us all projects must have a business case that demonstrates the value of the work, we consider the entrepreneur, strategic case, options appraisal, expected benefits,  commercial aspects, risk, time scales and most importantly socio-environmental values.



We have a matrix of dedicated ex bankers and financial experts with years of experience in finance, projects and investment and access to project funders/investors/lenders for financially viable projects. We help our customer to select the best suitable project fits to his business and worthy for investment. We help our customer to identify, source and procure machinery and equipment from comparative position and arrange finance from different local and foreign disciplines.

Project scoping and planning

For many a business owner doesn’t know the detail of what the project is going to deliver until it starts the process and the budgeting cycle of implementation progress. In many cases, the incremental effort in some projects can lead to significant financial loss. We start to work with our customer from idea generation to site selection, implementation to production of industrial projects.

Business process and system design

The scope of a project is linked intimately to the proposed business processes and systems that the project is going to deliver. Regardless of whether the project is to launch a new product range or discontinue unprofitable parts of the business, the change will have some impact on business processes and systems. The documentation of your business processes and system requirements are as fundamental to project scoping as an architects plans would be to the costing and scoping of the construction of a building.

Project management support

The most successful business projects are always those that are driven by an employee who has the authority, vision and influence to drive the required changes in a business. It is highly unlikely that a business owner will realize the changes unless one has one of these people in the employment. However, the project leadership role typically requires significant experience and skills which are not usually found within a company focused on day-to-day operations. Due to this requirement within more significant business change projects/programs, outside expertise is often sought from firms which can bring this specific skill set to the company.