An Initiative of Boston Consulting Group

Boston Consulting Group considers social impact to be an integral part of the firm, making opportunities available to all consultants. About 10% of the worldwide staff participate in more than 350 social impact projects per year.

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Corporate citizenship

In addition to its work for clients, BCG consultants also support selected organizations on a pro bono basis, such as Save the Children and the World Food Programme of the United Nations. In 2017 BCG supported more than 200 such organizations in over 350 projects across the firm. In Germany, the firm is particularly active in the education and training of young adults. In the scope of its initiative business@school, BCG has been partnering with other companies and with teachers over the past 20 years to provide students with the opportunity to learn about the mechanics of business firsthand at their schools.

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