Welcome to the 180 Degrees Consulting Stockholm branch!

Long before social impact consulting became a buzzword our founder Nat Ware realized that on one hand there were non-profits crying out for thoughtful advice, and on the other hand there were talented, creative students who wanted to make a meaningful difference. Connecting the two, the idea for 180 Degrees Consulting was born.

We are proud to announce our 10th anniversary this year! The Stockholm branch was founded in 2008 as one of the first 3 branches worldwide. Today, we are an integral part of the world’s largest, student driven, social impact consultancy, operating out of 33 countries.

We provide ambitious students who strive to make a positive social impact with the opportunity to work on professional consulting projects with both local and global NGO’s and social enterprises. Working in teams, our talented consultants spend the semester developing innovative, practical and sustainable solutions for our clients. At the same time, the consultants also receive professional training, both internally and by our partner consulting company.




We encourage change-makers committed to building a sustainable tomorrow to join us on this journey. If you are a student at any one of Stockholm’s Universities, committed and passionate to make a difference and create social impact, we would love to hear from you.

Our application round is now open. Click on the Appy bottom  and join our team!

For any questions, drop us a line at Stockholm@180dc.org 

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Each year we work with several organizations to help them overcome challenges they are facing and increase their social impact. We have worked with organizations as large as WWF & the Red Cross, right through to small start-up enterprises with a social cause. Appliactions are now close, but feel free to  via stockholm@180dc.org. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • MAD Foundation

    Area: Social Entrepreneurship
    Year: 2017

    The MAD foundation supports social entrepreneurs in achieving their impact ambitions through the creation of a MAD community. To drive the desired impact, MAD facilitates and provides community meet-ups, consultancy, advising, talks, workshops, journey and think tanks. One of our project teams helped MAD in developing the business model and identifying key distribution and interaction points to revolutionize the MAD membership and voluteer space.

  • Gro Play

    Area: Business Model / Marketing Strategy
    Year: 2015

    Gro Play is a game development company based in Stockholm that creates games aimed at entertaining and inspiring children and their families. The company works to build a more sustainable future by educating children about health, well-being and sustainability. One of our project teams helped Grow Play develop a sustainable business model and a new marketing strategy.

  • Blood Cancer Foundation Sweden

    Area: Fundraising Opportunities / Growth Strategies
    Year: 2015

    Blodcancerförbundet is a non-profit organisation representing and supporting patients suffering from blood cancer or other serious blood related diseases. The organization’s 14 local branches provide support for patients and their relatives and award grants for research and education. Our project team helped blodcancerförbundet explore new fundraising opportunities and growth strategies.

  • World Wildlife Fund

    Area: Market Research
    Year: 2014

    WWF is an organization devoted to establish a sustainable relationship between humans and nature. In essence, the organization is a lobby group committed to promote sustainability across industries.

    The project was to carry out a desktop analysis of the Brazilian seafood market and the associated ecological footprint. More specifically, the project involved the overall assessment of the seafood value chain in Brazil, changes in Brazilian seafood production and consumption, future trends, mapping of the global seafood supply chain to/from Brazil and developing brief profiles of key stakeholders.

  • Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

    Area: Business Plan/ Market Research
    Year: 2014

    SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966, SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public.

    The project was to create a business plan to support the future growth activities of the client organization. This entailed devising extensive market and competitor analysis as well as financial and implementation plans.


Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship

Stockholm School of Economics