180 Degrees Consulting@CUHK
Founded in 2020, 180 Degrees Consulting@CUHK (180DC@CUHK) is a student-led social consulting team focused on communication consulting for social innovation. We help local social enterprises to identify their true potential and design innovative communication solutions. We aim to nurture more young talents to pursue a purposeful career path and empower social entrepreneurs with our human-centric, innovative yet practical ideas. Apart from recruiting multi-disciplinary top talents from CUHK to carry out consulting projects, 180DC@CUHK also organises events for students to learn more about social consulting and issues in Hong Kong.
Why Communication Consulting for Social Innovation?
We believe communication can create a great impact as it motivates people to rethink and react. Thus, 180DC@CUHK focuses on projects with requests on communication assistance. Our main service includes:
We suggest cost-effective and creative promotion strategies based on research for clients to promote certain events, services or products in short run.
Integrated Communication Strategy:
We propose long-term communication strategy that helps brands to stand out and amplify their social impact.
Who would be suitable to collaborate with us?
Social enterprises and socially-conscious organisations which are…
- Found and based in Hong Kong
- Small- to medium-scaled
- Financially sustainable
- Available and willing to commit to meetings and co-creation sessions in the coming 3-4 months
Our project cycle lasts for around 3-4months, depending on the nature of the project. Application for our service will be opened twice a year, which is in January and August.
Apart from being our social consultants, students from CUHK could also join our creative and event team to learn more about social innovation in Hong Kong through practical work.
Recruitment for 2020-21 Semester 2 will be opened in Feb 2021. Stay tuned!
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For enquiries, email us at email@example.com
The Chinese University of Hong Kong