A market-based B2C business model can co-exist with Government and NGO offerings to expand the reach

Health Insurance

Is it the next best thing to sliced bread, or, the next Rana Plaza waiting to happen?

Mobile Banking

Many things around us can offer lessons in strategy – especially a movie like Life of PI

Strategy Lessons

Presenting the keynote paper on innovations in government programs at an event at the Prime Minister’s Office

Thought Leadership

An exceptionally talented local team, supplemented by a network of global experts, drive our value proposition

pi Strategy Difference


Internet of Things

Imagine a morning when you’d wake up hearing the alarm preset to your mood. Kudos to the device where you keep track of your to-do lists, upcoming appointments, events, contacts etc. that makes it possible to predict your mood through a sophisticated algorithm. All the home appliances you have installed would know in advance when you are about to enter your home or leave, and take necesssary anticipatory steps to enhance convenience and reduce wastage. In a typical Internet of Things (IoT) world, you won’t feel like interacting with any machine, be it a TV or a car. Who loves dealing with machines anyway? Especially when they are not smart enough to understand your needs.



EFMA Retail Banking Summit, Dhaka, Bangladesh: A Paris-based financial sector think tank, EFMA, organized a Retail Banking Summit in April 2015 where pi Strategy Consulting was the only non-financial-sector organization invited. The Firm presented its expert opinion on the current challenges in the mobile banking sector in Bangladesh, and highlighted strategies to ensure proper financial inclusion.



pi Strategy Consulting connects leading edge management practices with development priorities through innovative design thinking principles. The Firm’s 3.14 approach encapsulates its value proposition across three vectors: capabilities, focus area, and service offerings.