Who We Are
180 Degrees Consulting (180DC) is the world’s premier university-based student run consultancy, providing high quality, pro-bono consulting services to non-profits around the world. We develop tailor-made, conceptual and innovative solutions together with our project partners and work towards creating infinite impact in the society.
“Why are we called 180 Degrees? It’s because we work to turn good organizations into great organizations, challenges into opportunities, ideas into reality. We’re focused on positive transformation. Transforming organizations, and – in turn – transforming lives.” – Nat Ware (Founder & CEO)
We offer a plethora of services, including but not limited to:
We conduct detailed market research, competitor analysis and benchmarking to help our clients gain an in-depth understanding of the sectoral landscape, identify opportunities and navigate challenges.
We formulate funding, revenue generation and cost-cutting strategies thereby helping our clients build financially sustainable organisations.
Branding and Marketing
We develop innovative branding and marketing campaigns which portray our clients’ work in the best way possible and maximise their reach.
Human Resource Management
We help our clients attract and retain top talent by devising employee/volunteer recruitment and management strategies.
We identify key performance indicators and help our clients optimize business processes to maximize their operational efficiency.
Successfully completed consulting projects
Assessing the Impact of Covid-19 on the Agricultural Supply Chain of India
The COVID-19 pandemic-induced lockdown took the whole world by storm, causing a complete disruption in the lives of people and bringing all economic activities to a halt.
The outbreak of the disease had some serious ramifications for the Agricultural Sector of India, the powerhouse which is the main source of employment of the country.
Over the past 3 months, The Research and Analysis Department, 180DC, SRCC conducted an in-depth analysis of the supply chain of this life-sustaining sector in the wake of the pandemic, along with recommendations to safeguard against future similar contingencies.
Long before Airbnb persuaded strangers to sleep in one another’s homes and became an industry disruptor, it was just an idea to earn a bit of extra money to make rent.
Today, the privately held company lists more than three million lodgings in nearly 200 countries. It is worth $31 billion, more than Hilton and Wyndham combined, and closing in on Marriott. Airbnb is an inspiring example of how two young entrepreneurs from San Francisco turned a simple idea into a multi-billion dollar company.
Economics of Space Mining
It has been said that the world’s first trillionares will be the ones who make their fortune in mining – asteroid mining.
This extremely lucrative option is predicted to be the next goldrush, with huge corporations like SpaceX and Amazon betting on it’s future. But is it as lucrative as it seems, or is too good to be true?
Read on to know more!