Martin Sprott

Martin is Director at Scaled Impact NPC and a principal with A.T. Kearney. He has more than 20 years of experience in consulting and industry, primarily in the energy and electronics sectors. His areas of expertise include strategy development, restructuring, sustainability and corporate governance. He holds an LLB laws and an MSc (economics) in International Political Economy, both from the London School of Economics.

Content by Martin Sprott
  • Blog post

    Ugandan fine coffee (Arabica): What is the opportunity?

    Ugandan Arabica coffee is all but unknown among end consumers and underrated by traders. There are immediate opportunities to improve marketing methods as well as to raise farmers’ incomes by building a supply chain that emphasises quality, such as the presence of washing stations in the western regions. When coffee production and revenues began to rise in Uganda in the...

    5 Aug 2019 | Ameet Morjaria, Martin Sprott

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Opportunities in Uganda’s Arabica value chain

    Coffee is an important part of the Ugandan economy, stably generating around 15% of export earnings for the past 15 years, even as other exports have risen. Uganda produces 1% of the world’s Arabica crop, but while its production is increasing and is highly competitive, it has been overlooked by trade and consumers. The project explored two policy options for...

    7 Jan 2019 | Ameet Morjaria, Martin Sprott, Jenny Scharrer, Ritwika Sen

  • Publication - Project Report

    Ugandan Arabica coffee value chain opportunities

    5 Sep 2018 | Ameet Morjaria, Martin Sprott

  • Project

    Understanding constraints to value addition in the Ugandan coffee sector

    Uganda has the highest concentration of coffee farmers in the world, but premiums from the sector are not as high as other East African countries. Identifying quick wins and long-term changes, this project explored the lack of brand awareness of Ugandan coffee and limited sales in certain markets.  Key recommendations include developing a unique brand for coffee...

    16 Jan 2018 | Ameet Morjaria, Jenny Scharrer, Martin Sprott