180 Degrees Consulting at UCLA provides high quality business consulting services for socially conscious organizations around the world. Our team of student consultants consists of driven, intellectually curious and supportive individuals, who share a passion for solving business problems faced by our clients. Our former and current members have had internship and full-time offers at Deloitte Consulting, EY Advisory, PwC, Disney, Deutsche Bank, DBS Bank, PIMCO and more.

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405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

United States

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • The Westwood Village Improvement Association

    Area: Strategy
    Year: 2014

    The UCLA branch worked with WVIA to improve nightlife in Westwood Village, better voice business owners’ concerns, and streamline the process of opening a new business in the UCLA area.

    "Thank you and your team for putting this (report) together. These areas are going to be a focus of the Westwood Village Improvement Association's work over the next year, so your efforts are appreciated and valued. I'll definitely recommend 180 Degrees (in the future)."
  • No Limits for Deaf Children

    Area: International Expansion/Partnerships
    Year: 2015

    For this project, this branch was tasked with researching the viability of international expansion and accessing the risks and benefits of strategic partnerships with other for and non-profits.

  • LA Free Arts

    Area: Fundraising
    Year: 2015

    180 Degrees UCLA helped LA Free Arts create a fundraising campaign for this project, making sure to devise both strategic and creative ideas to bring in more revenue.

  • MITRE

    Area: Market Research
    Year: 2016

    The branch conducted market research on the costs and benefits of Satellite Ground Systems Security and identified potential security threats and ways to mitigate them.

  • Teach for America

    Area: Strategy and Market Research
    Year: 2016

    The branch conducted research, through surveys and focus groups, to identify ways Teach for America can better recruit STEM majors for its teaching program.

  • Create Now

    Area: Market Research
    Year: 2016

    The branch conducted research on social media marketing and engagement and also gave recommendations on how best to utilize crowdfunding.

    "Thank you so much... You've done a very comprehensive report that will be very helpful to Create Now! We really appreciate your support!"
  • Puriy

    Area: Market Expansion
    Year: 2016

    This project, which was done in collaboration with our sister branch in Peru, gave recommendations to a Peruvian social enterprise on how they could market and sell their handmade baby shoes in the American market.

    "Thank you very much for your help, work and amazing final results; the Puriy team is very grateful and happy because now they have the tools to help their internationalization."