Winter Term 2020/21
Development of a market-entry strategy
Knowbody is an education-tech start-up with the mission of developing a sex education app for biology classes in secondary schools. Their goal is to de-taboo sex education and prepare information in a modern way that is available for everyone.
Together with 180DC Munich, they want to develop a market entry strategy so that they successfully reach as many students as possible, as soon as possible. As a first step, we will conceptualize possible business models for their offer, followed by the development of concrete action steps towards implementation for one of those.
So that neither teachers nor students feel embarrassed by sex education anymore. Because there is nothing to be ashamed of. And of course, also so that school lessons in the 21st century may one day become a bit more digital.
Development of a Social Impact Measurement Concept
The Lotus Project aims to alleviate poverty and increase economic prosperity in the rural regions of developing countries through researching and implementing independent off-grid renewable energy projects and community-based socio-economic growth models.
The Lotus Project
Winter Term 2019/20
Conceptualization of an HR development concept
Doctors of the world are active around the globe - in emergency aid in countries like Syria as well as in development aid with long-term projects. They are particularly concerned with children and women in need, people without access to health care and are involved in refugee aid. In Germany they also offer medical care and counselling for people without health insurance. Doctors of the world stands up for human rights and documents violations of them.
Ärzte der Welt
Summer Term 2019
Development of a scaling concept for school constructions in Nepal
Access to quality education should be possible for everyone. The founders of 264.education are also convinced of this. They fight for equal opportunities - regardless of origin - and support the construction of schools and the fair treatment of pupils.
SOS Children's Villages
Improvement of budget planning through automatic budget analysis
Parentless and abandoned children find a new home in the SOS Children's Village. Five to ten girls and ten boys live together with their SOS mother in a family house. Ten to 15 families form a village community. For SOS Children's Village International, our consultants developed a tool in the summer semester of 2015 for automated analysis of the costs deviating from the budget, which will guarantee a high degree of transparency in the use of donations for financing purposes in the future.