EUQUANT is a world class economic and market research company that specializes in providing data analytics and performance evaluations for government agencies, corporations and non-profits
Our mission is to empower clients with data-driven solutions for achieving success. We specialize in quantitative evaluations of program performance.
Our clients include Fortune 500 corporations, federal, state and local governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations and several of the world’s fastest growing developing countries.
Founded in 1994, in July of 2011, the Atlanta Tribune Magazine ranked EuQuant #2 among black-owned businesses in the State of Georgia, based on its commitment to community, wealth of knowledge, vision, and financial capacity. EuQuant’s leaders are scholars, authors, and internationally recognized experts. They serve as members of major corporate boards, advisors to White House and Federal Reserve councils, expert witnesses for committees of the U.S. Congress, and advisors to governments in emerging-market economies on monitoring and evaluating Millennium Development Goals. The company’s CEO is a regular economics contributor to CNN. In 2013, EuQuant was designated the primary data and research analyst for the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. In January of 2012, EuQuant launched its new business blog, the Gazelle Index®. By tapping its analytical expertise, EuQuant created a website devoted to timely information on small business related economic developments and up-to-date research on the performance businesses owned by blacks, Latinos, Asians, women and non-minority entrepreneurs.
EuQuant’s CEO Boston delivered a keynote address to a landmark gathering of over 150 New York City and State policymakers, MWBE entrepreneurs, government agency heads, contractors, and purchasing officers. The conference focused on strategies for achieving 30% aspirational MWBEs goals on tens of billions of contracting dollars being awarded by NYC and the State. The Building Trades Employers’ Association and City & State New York magazine sponsored the event on September 26, 2017at the New York University’s Kimmel Center.Click Here to Read a Summary of the Event
FEMA Small Business Hurricane Disaster Assistance: Advice from an Expert
Chaos in Washington Pushes the Economy to the Brink
Black Business Performance Since the Recession-Revenue Growth by Industry
The Dow Retreates Fearing Trump's Damage to His Agenda
Mid Year Economic Review: The economy is progressing nicely-along a financial tight rope
Minority firm employment growth--a cup half-full.
We bring a personal and effective approach to every project we work on.