Our Clients

Our Clients

The following is a small selection of key clients we are proud to work with across the private, NGO and public sector. Please see the map of our projects for a more comprehensive view of our work.

BCIECentral American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), through the CAMBio ('Change') project, whose objective is to bring sustainable opportunities to producers.
ICAFECosta Rica Coffee National Institute (ICAFE), a public organisation focused on contributing to the sustainable development of the coffee sector.
EcomercadosEcomercados, a public body that promotes the trade of organic and fair trade products from Latin America.
FittacoriFoundation for the Promotion of Research and Transfer of Agro-technology (FITTACORI), an organisation that encourages and promotes technological knowledge and competitiveness in the Costa Rican agriculture sector.
HolcimHolcim, one of the worlds largest cement, and sustainability leader for the sector.
 CIMMYTInternational Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), a non profit research and training center focused in sustainable increase the productivity of maize and wheat systems to ensure global food security and reduce poverty.
 LAADLatin America Agribusiness Development Corporation S.A (LAAD), promote the economic and social development of Latin America by financing small and medium-sized agribusiness companies and projects in countries which encourage trade and investment.
CLACDSLatin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development (CLACDS), support the private and public sector of the region with applied research on politics and sustainable business strategy. CIMS and CLACDS regularly collaborate on projects and sectors in which they share common interest.
NespressoNestlé Nespresso, leading Swiss premium coffee brand with a strategic commitment to the sustainable sourcing of coffee.
Rainforest AllianceRainforest Alliance, international NGO focused on building sustainable and certified agricultural products.
walmartWalmart, global retailer, seeking to build a sustainable sourcing strategy for agricultural produce.
Fairtrade USA, a nonprofit organization, is the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in the United States. Fair Trade USA audits and certifies transactions between U.S. companies and their international suppliers to ensure fair trade to farmers and workers.
Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung Foundation (HRNS), foundation that support environmental programs and run grassroots projects with smallholder coffee farmers all over the world.
World Banana Forum, permanent space of assembly for participants representing the global banana supply-chain to promote open dialogue on challenges facing the banana industry.
Technoserve, international NGO focused on support enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries. Help to grow strong markets that create income and jobs in poor communities.
Syngenta, company leader in the production and sale of agricultural inputs. It has a strong program to support smallholder farmers around the world.