Several Axis & Co partners and staff have lived and worked for long periods in Africa. We have an intimate knowledge of the continent and we have a wide network of contacts in the political world, civil society, the media and business. We monitor crises very closely.

For more than a decade, we have prepared and helped to institute the opening up of the Iranian market. We have followed the emergence of Turkey and cultivated a dense network of experts and correspondents in political spheres, civil society, the media and businesses in all countries in this region.

While certain Axis&Co team members are from this region, others have worked and lived there. From our Paris and Beirut offices as well as on the ground, we maintain a deep network of contacts and experts.

Our Russian-speaking team has studied, lived and worked in Russia and the region for several years. It has acquired solid expertise in the region in consulting local databases, carrying out field research and understanding the relationships between relevant actors.

Thanks to the presence of our staff in the region, we have been able to build a solid network of contacts since the mid-1990s.
We understand the requirements needed to establish a foothold in the area, and our deep understanding of different countries allows us to assist our clients in their strategic planning, in growth operations, and the protection of their intellectual property.

Over the years we have built up a strong network of contacts around our staff that have lived and worked in this area, which allows us to work almost permanently in both Brazil and Spanish-speaking areas.

Not only have clients from the US placed their trust in us, we have carried out several investigations in the United States and Canada (due diligence, fraud, litigation) and conducted a number of public relations campaigns in Washington DC.

We have extensive experience and networks all over Europe.
Though less dramatic than in emerging regions, the challenges posed to the business community in Europe are no less numerous.