Libya-Analysis has experience providing high-quality research, analysis, and advisory services on Libya to a range of different clients in different sectors across the globe. Our clients include major multinational companies with decades of business experience in Libya, smaller firms trying to gain a toe-hold in the Libyan market, journalists, government departments, policy makers, NGOs, other consulting firms, and policy think tanks.
We take client trust and anonymity seriously. Below are some recommendations from previous clients:
Libya-Analysis contributed key information and analyses to our research on the conditions in post-Qaddafi Libya. Jason Pack and his network produced original insights and assessed our initial findings to ensure we had the most accurate understanding of events in this new and rapidly evolving market. —-Senior Analyst, New York-based Research Firm
Many thanks for your hard work in pulling together the series Libya in Transition: Implications and Opportunities for Britain. We have held extremely interesting and informative events, and I am delighted that the Royal African Society and Libya-Analysis.com have been able to submit evidence to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee based on some of the discussions. — Hugh Bayley MP, Chair of Africa All-Party Parliamentary Group
I have engaged Libya-Analysis on a number of occasions and each time Jason Pack provided accurate and up-to-date information on the situation in Libya. This is quite a feat for a man analyzing a country where the political situation at the time was fluid to say the least. I also attended a presentation he organised at the Houses of Parliament on the situation in the immediate aftermath of the collapse of the Qadhafi regime and was impressed by his insights into the situation there. The subsequent months have validated many of his intuitions. —- London-based consultant
We approached Jason Pack to function as an outside expert in a risk simulation we were conducting concerning how our business would respond to more turbulence in North Africa. He spoke effectively at our corporate meeting on various scenarios for Libya. His ability to explain the nuances of the political situation to a lay audience was superb. — VP for Sales in MENA region of Multi-national company
As a journalist covering many conflict zones, I do not have the time to specialize in any one area. However, I have learned over the past year that when I need an up-to-the-minute explanation of what is going on in Libya or when I need big-picture insights to help me put current events into context, I turn to Jason Pack. —- Reporter for major syndicated online news service