Welcome to 180 Degrees UCL!

We are excited to bring 180 Degrees to University College London and are committed to providing the very highest consulting services to non-profits and social enterprises to help them overcome challenges and achieve their full potential! We believe that doing good isn’t just an emotional endeavour, but an intellectual one as well

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • Clarity

    Area: Disability, Product Development
    Year: 2017

    Clarity is a 160+ year old organization which employs blind and disabled people to manufacture
    toiletries. The firm’s range includes a variety of soaps, hand washes, cleaning products and other
    household items. Clarity wanted to release a new charity shop-targeted supplies box, and 180 Degrees UCL were tasked with testing the market.

    Following both a supply and demand side study of the charity shop market in London, our consultants presented a report outlining recommendations for the product. These ranged from pricing strategy and potential suppliers, to product design and customer trends.
  • Able Child Africa

    Area: Children, Youth, Disability
    Year: 2016

    AbleChildAfrica is a UK based charity working with and alongside partner organisations in Africa to achieve equal rights for disabled children and young people. They are the leading UK charityy working exclusively with and for disabled children in Africa.

    Our consultants created and structured AbleChildAfrica's long-term fundraising strategy.
  • Migration Hub Network

    Area: Integration, Entrepreneurship
    Year: 2016

    Migration Hub is a social enterprise with its operational headquarter situated in Berlin. In cooperation with entrepreneurs, migrants and refugees they provide a network for initiatives aiming at solving integration issues. As they are seeking to expand we were asked to evaluate the potential of such a hub in London. In our work we analysed the refugee climate in the UK and mapped the different existing stakeholders. In the process we conducted both quantitative and qualitative analyses, including our own statistical models and a series of interviews with both experts and refugees. Based on our findings, we then developed an action plan for Migration Hub.

    Our consultants evaluated potential expansion plans and created a manual on how to structure research for Migration Hub to serve as a starting point in other cities.