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Helping non-profits and social enterprises since 2015

The Hamburg branch of 180DC has so far helped more than 40 social businesses, enterprises and NGOs by providing them pro-bono consulting services.
Our work is built on top of the following pillars:

Social Impact

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January 5, 2022

180DC Hamburg is Best Consulting Project

The 180 Degrees Consulting 2021 Global Awards winners have been announced! Every year the world’s biggest student consultancy 180 Degrees conducts a lengthy and thorough process to review and recognize the impact that all branches delivered around the world. The 180 Degrees Consulting Global Awards designate not only the branch that has delivered an extensive plan to establish a well-rounded consulting work, but also award the project teams that delivered the highest quality consulting work.

December 9, 2022

Welcome to Winter Cycle 22/23!

Hello 180DCians, Season’s greetings and a very warm welcome to the Winter Semester 2022-2023 cycle. Here’s a short glimpse of what’s happened so far and what we are looking forward to in the coming days!   About our Workshops…  We were invited to two workshops that were national this time, held online all across all 180DC centres. One was on how to make effective presentations in PowerPoint by Heinrich Rusche, the CRO at Building Radar, and

October 31, 2022

New Partner: JABS Consulting

JABS joins the 180DC network! JABS Consulting is a Hamburg-based consultancy that is fully committed to supporting sustainable and adaptable digital transformations to its clients and partners. The wide range of services offered spans through diverse academic and professional backgrounds. Their mission is grounded on values of multisectorial and multicultural backgrounds: “We provide hands-on, high-quality consulting to dedicated clients by attracting and developing talent from diverse background” JABS Consulting‘s pitched expertise is rounded on Agile

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February 22, 2022

Consulting Tips: Interview with Cassini

A few words from Cassini Consulting Cassini Consulting was founded with the aim of establishing a new form of consulting, one that is in synch with the digital age, that recognized the changing needs of its clients and stands by them as partners. The consultants in Cassini work with visionary spirit, courage and entrepreneurial thinking. We at Cassini see ourselves as entrepreneurs who take responsibility for what we do. At the same time, we are

October 19, 2020

Student Engagement: Interview with PIASTA

Introducting the PIASTA student organization The University of Hamburg (UHH) is definitely home to a lively student activity! The Program International for All Students und Alumni (PIASTA) is a student organization and program run by the Department of International Affairs at the University of Hamburg. As part of the the world’s biggest student consultancy, 180 Degrees Consulting Hamburg supports the mission in promoting the rigorous interculturality at the University of Hamburg. It is with great

February 18, 2020

What Is Social Impact Consulting?

Social Impact vs. Traditional Management Consulting First question you may ask when you come across the term social impact consulting is how it differs from the traditional management consulting. While traditional management consulting focuses on improving the performance of organizations often following the “best practices” in the industry, social impact consulting takes a broader approach and focuses on creating social improvements for several stakeholders involved in the organization. In other words, social impact consulting doesn’t

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January 7, 2020

Gexsi – The Search Engine For a Better World

How Search Engines Do Good There is no doubt that search engines play an important part in our everyday life and it is hard to imagine a life without them. The most popular search engines are Google, Bing and Yahoo. Google alone counts around 63,000 search queries in a second. Search engines generate revenue mostly through paid advertising. Imagine that this money can be invested for a good cause. The search engine Gexsi came up