Heinrich Krogman is an economist and researcher with Tutwa Consulting. During his internship at Tutwa Consulting he was responsible for a section of the 2014 Business Climate Survey on EU Trade and Investment in South Africa; assisted in research on a chapter for an upcoming Edward Elgar publication on African services trade negotiations; and co-authored a policy brief on US-Africa relations post the 2014 US-Africa Leaders’ Summit. Since becoming a full-time researcher at Tutwa Consulting he has conducted a comparative study on the EU-EPAs with Africa for COMSEC, worked on a project to develop an Africa-international relations strategy for the Gauteng provincial Government, conducted an economic analysis on Namibia for a project with the UNCTAD, and performed an M&E with MSI for the USAID SATH and the TFA in Southern Africa; among others. Having graduated in 2010, he completed his postgraduate degree in International Trade in 2011 and postgraduate Diploma in Management in 2012. In 2014 he was identified as an upstanding alumnus and is currently involved in the North-West University’s postgraduate Buddy programme.