180 Degrees Consulting NUS is a student-led, social-impact consultancy committed to solving the most complex problems of socially-minded organisations. We achieve this through innovative yet practical consulting services. 

 

OUR VISION

We are one of the world’s first strategy-to-implementation social-impact consultancies. We believe in solving our client’s biggest problems and actualizing the impact that we envision for them. We do this by connecting the capabilities of our talented student consultants with socially-conscious organisations.

 

END-TO-END STRATEGY-TO-IMPLEMENTATION

A typical project would require about 10 weeks for the formulation of an effective strategy followed by another 10 weeks for implementation.

WHO WE LOOK FOR

Our student consultants are our biggest asset that allows us to create the end-to-end social impact that we envision.

We look for highly motivated and intellectual team players who share a deep passion for creating lasting social impact through management consulting skills.

This is how we match our clients’ needs to our student consultants, and what our project teams will look like. 

 

 

OUR ONGOING PROJECTS

 

 

SEE OUR PAST PROJECTS BELOW

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • Mercy Ships

    Area: Australia
    Year: 2019

    The client is an international charity that operates the largest hospital ship in the world, providing humanitarian aid like free health care to developing nations.

    Problem:
    The client engaged 180DC NUS to help craft a strategy to expand their reach in the region, in order to increase participation in their flagship funding event.

    Our Approach:
    180DC NUS crafted a hyper-targeted outreach strategy that included a thorough landscape scan and analysis of over 3,000 companies using quantitative and qualitative metrics.

    After we presented the strategy, we also helped kickoff our strategy by helping to connect the client to key industry players that we identified.

    The client was extremely impressed with the caliber and depth of analysis, very practical approach, and with our dedication to actualize our strategy for them

    This approach is solid. We could even apply this to our branches in Hong Kong, Dubai, Korea… This exceeded my expectations. Exemplary work!

    - MD of Mercy Ships Australia

  • Lutheran Community Care Services

    Area: Singapore
    Year: 2019

    LCCS was established in 2002 to serve families, children, and youths-at-risk through developmental, preventive and intervention work. As the only Restorative Practice (RP) Practitioner in Singapore to be accredited by the International Institute for Restorative Practices, LCCS aims to help break the cycle of hurt and build connected communities of empowered individuals.

    Problem:
    The client engaged 180DC NUS to explore e-donations as a new funding stream.

    Our Approach:
    180DC NUS crafted an e-donations GTM strategy that included a thorough landscape scan of e-donation platforms, identifying target donors and creating a marketing funnel strategy to ultimately increase awareness, adoption and recurrent donations on the client's e-donation platforms.

    The client was impressed by the quality of the work delivered. They also highlighted the depth of analysis and feasibility of recommendations as strengths that 180DC NUS has above and beyond many other consultancies they have worked with.

    The client has invited 180DC NUS to extend the project into the execution phase.
  • Lutheran Community Care Services

    Area: Singapore
    Year: 2019

    LCCS was established in 2002 to serve families, children, and youths-at-risk through developmental, preventive and intervention work. As the only Restorative Practice (RP) Practitioner in Singapore to be accredited by the International Institute for Restorative Practices, LCCS aims to help break the cycle of hurt and build connected communities of empowered individuals.

    Problem:
    The client engaged 180DC NUS to explore strategic partnerships with finance, tech, or e-commerce companies to create additional social impact and to explore a new funding stream

    Our Approach:
    180DC NUS crafted a partnerships strategy by conducting a thorough landscape scan on potential partners, analysing tech partnership models and payment methods.

    We kickstarted our strategy by actually reaching out to target partners for our client, and crafting hyper-personalized proposals to aid in discussions on the partnership's value creation, business model and operational requirements.

    The client is currently working with 180DC NUS in its execution of acquiring partners.
  • À la Koh Kood

    Area: Thailand
    Year: 2019

    À la Koh Kood translates to 'In a style of Koh Kood' À la Koh Kood is an overwater villa resort based in Koh Kood, one of the last standing islands in Thailand that still hasn't been exploited heavily by the tourism industry.

    Like the virgin Koh Kood, they aim to be mindful in their practice of hosting and reduce their carbon footprint on the ecosystem.

    The Problem:
    The client aims to develop a sustainable business model by improving its operational efficiency and sustainable practices without compromising on guests' experience.

    Our Approach:
    180DC NUS crafted a sustainable business model by assessing the operational processes and effectiveness in the resort. We then identified and prioritized sustainability areas such as Materials Usage and Waste Management to focus on. We tied our approach together by providing feasibile recommendations to improve processes for the resort.

    What I liked most was the realistic approach to what is doable, adapting strategies if necessary and bringing in practical ideas which completely matches our philosophy.

    - Manager of À la Koh Kood
  • À la Koh Kood

    Area: Thailand
    Year: 2019

    À la Koh Kood translates to 'In a style of Koh Kood' À la Koh Kood is an overwater villa resort based in Koh Kood, one of the last standing islands in Thailand that still hasn't been exploited heavily by the tourism industry.

    Like the virgin Koh Kood, they aim to be mindful in their practice of hosting and reduce their carbon footprint on the ecosystem.

    The Problem:
    The client wanted to explore ways to engage internal and external stakeholders within the Koh Kood Island community, and to increase their adoption of conservation practices

    Our Approach:
    180DC NUS crafted a thorough community engagement strategy that targeted both internal stakeholders such as employees, and external stakeholders such as local residents, the government, schools and even competitors.

    We conducted primary and / or secondary research to better understand each stakeholder, prioritized their needs, and curated a hyper-targeted engagement strategy for each stakeholder. This allowed for a deeper and more value-added engagement and collaboration for the resort.

    We're impressed with the insightful background research, particularly on education and partnership; very well done despite the language barrier. The prioritized activities and plans according to the timeline is also crucially useful in kickstarting our action.

    What I especially appreciate is how detailed and hands-on the plans are, it is as if the team would be walking through every step of implementation with us. Identifying concrete milestones also makes the vision more realistic and no longer as intimidating to me as it was in the beginning!

    - Owner of À la Koh Kood

Branch Leadership Team

  • Dylan Liew

    Dylan Liew

    Founder and President

  • Jasper Low

    Jasper Low

    Director of Consulting

  • Deandra Muliawan

    Deandra Muliawan

    Director of Consulting

  • Calvin Chur

    Calvin Chur

    Director of Consulting

  • Claire Lim

    Claire Lim

    Director of Client Engagement

  • Kong Yee Rong

    Kong Yee Rong

    Director of Marketing

  • Febryan Rhys

    Febryan Rhys

    Director of Human Resources & Development

  • Too Fang Jing

    Too Fang Jing

    Director of Tech & Ops

  • Jayden Cheng

    Jayden Cheng

    Director of Finance & Legal