Rand International Capital has been actively involved in business development for over 20 years, over a broad range of business sectors from the informal sector, through to SMME’s, corporate business, municipalities and government organisations. Through this process, they have gained invaluable experience in the commercial and public environment with regard to business evaluation, planning and strategy.

Rand International Capital has been actively involved in the econometric and financial modelling of a range of private and public projects at a local, national and international level. Business plans, feasibility studies, financial and economic evaluations, cost benefit analysis studies and socio-economic assessments are undertaken for the determination of project viability and the needs of all stakeholders are analysed, with key performance indicators supplied for decision-making purposes.


  • Due diligence studies for acquisitions
  • Feasibility studies and financial analysis
  • Business plans for securing finance/partner
  • Market analysis and demand forecasts
  • Development proposals and financing
  • Tender, procurement & project management.
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis and economic impact
  • Local Economic Development
  • Sectoral analysis and trend evaluation
  • Tourism demand and economic profiles
  • Macroeconomic trends and forecasts
  • Costs of doing business, incentives, grants


Strategy is at the heart of every successful business or development. A business needs to know where it comes from and where is it headed – with a clear, rational and funded business plan to get there.

1. Business Strategy
Business strategy is sometimes defined as a firm’s high-level plan for reaching specific business objectives. Strategic plans succeed when they lead to business growth, a strong competitive position, and strong financial performance, leading to a sustainable and socially responsible member of an inclusive commercial society.

2. Development Finance & Economics
Infrastructure Development strives to facilitate service delivery through the development, construction and management of public infrastructure so as to optimise the creation of decent jobs and the promotion of a better life for all. It serves the needs of a modern society. Business principles together with Value Chain Analysis, ‘Quadruple Helix’ collaboration, long-term sustainability and social inclusivity are important and founding principles for responsible development.

3. Economic Impact & Social Inclusivity
All development has direct and indirect impacts on the society and communities within which they occur, and these interventions need to be to the greater benefit of all stakeholders. Development needs to take place in a sustainable manner which considers the ‘Triple Bottom Line’ of society, the environment and finance, recognising that economic and social development is essential to the wellbeing of human beings and the planet which we share.