What We Do


CLEDS-B Consult is responsible for some of the biggest foreign direct investments ongoing in Ghana. We advise individuals, corporations and trustees on investment opportunities in Ghana, and guide the process right to implementation. We also conceptualize and develop several innovative social solutions for state institutions in Ghana.

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  • Why a professional consultant?

    Many people ask, “Why hire a professional consultant?”

    This is a valid question. Consultants are often viewed quite negatively, and often with good reason. We believe t…

  • Won’t a consultant that works for me now, work f...

    Yes, unless you plan to employ the consultant for the rest of their career (they must, after all find other work after your project is over). But you buy equipment, services a…

  • Why hire a professional consultant?

    A professional consultant brings to a project:
    Accountability for results, schedule and costs to achieve an answer — this translates into significant economies when comp…

ABOUT US

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Founded: 2013
Funding: Private
Ownership: 100% Ghanaian

Key Management Persons

Clemence Gyato
CEO
clemence@cledsbconsult.com
Clemence is a sage on entrepreneurial activity in Ghana. Clemence is a Chinese trained business development specialist and has several flourishing businesses in Ghana, China and the United States.

Amongst others, Clemence is responsible for the biggest business development enclave in South Saharan Africa- a project worth five hundred million dollars. Clemence is a polyglot, and has the uncommon ability to surmount impossibilities.

Dr. Fred MacPalm
COO
fred@cledbconsult.com
Fred is a United States trained medical officer. Fred's meticulousness and professionalism is partly responsible for the ease with which business headaches are diagnosed and solutions proffered.

Aside medicine, Fred has tremendous insight into local investment opportunities, and melts inhibitions that stop their exploitation. Fred's role is to guide clients through the maze of difficulties associated with doing business in a developing country.