Posts tagged with: social enterprise

An Interview with PIASTA – CIC

In collaboration with Program International for All Students und Alumni (PIASTA), 180 Degrees Consulting Hamburg support the mission in promoting the rigorous intercultural living and studies at the University. It is a great pleasure for us to share with you some valuable insights of intercultural awareness and understanding from our partner, PIASTA. Being able to communicate and work with people across cultures is becoming more important all the time. At 180 Degrees Consulting Hamburg, it’s a

What Is Social Impact Consulting?

Social Impact Consulting vs. Traditional Management Consulting? First question you may ask when you come across the term social impact consulting is that 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

Gexsi – The Search Engine For a Better World

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 with this great idea and

My Journey in 180DC – From Consultant to Board Member

Hola, my name is Marc, and I was contributing to 180DC as a consultant, as well as a board member during the last two cycles. Since I’ll be starting my master studies abroad, I have to accept the fact that I’ll be leaving the Hamburg branch. Nevertheless, I’d like to share my personal experience with the organization in this blog post. Ever since I heard about the ideas of the Triple Bottom Line and CSR