Opportunities in the water sector, Angola

Access to water and the sustainable management of the country’s water resources are the priority objectives of the Government of Angola and its Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges. Around 40 percent of the Angolan population, estimated to be more than 15 million inhabitants, still have no access to drinking water in optimal conditions for consumption.

State-of-the-art internet

Thanks to its strategic location between the Arab World, Europe and Africa, the Kingdom of Morocco is a tourist destination par excellence, with more than 10 million tourists a year coming from Europe, mostly from France and Spain, as well as from the United States and the Arab countries.

Health tourism

There are few sectors that have the strength to maintain a growth rate of 20% per year, and Spanish health tourism is one such case.
ICP Consulting has years of experience in supporting the Spanish private healthcare sector,

Smart Parking

Technology solutions for smart cities are developing at an exponential rate. In the case of urban mobility, the main challenges are to achieve greater sustainability, with lower energy consumption and a substantial reduction of CO2

Cultural dialogue

ICP Consulting has developed strategic consultancies for the definition of cultural projects oriented to the Arab world and aimed at promoting intercultural dialogue, based on the principles and values ​​defended by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC).

Telephony for prisons

Prison legislation recognizes the right of inmates to communicate periodically orally and in writing. The implementation of information and communication technology (ICT) innovations has provided an optimal context to guarantee this right to inmates without threatening

Circular Economy

The circular economy seeks a sustainable objective, which is that the value of products, materials and resources be maintained in the economy for the longest time possible, and thus minimize the generation of waste. It is a matter of implementing a non-linear economy

Food production

It is well known, and even more so in these times of blockade for Qatar, that this small state of the Arabian Gulf imports more than 90% of the food consumed by the 2.7 million inhabitants, including nationals and expatriates. The authorities of this Emirate have made great efforts