Semester: Fall 2010
The Association for Corporate Growth, National Chapter, provides networking and professional development for individuals involved in building corporate value through M&A, strategic partnerships, organic growth and capital funding. SVC Consultants worked with ACG to research and analyze membership trends in an effort to enhance recruitment and retention efforts. SVC MBA Consultants: Dawn Perlas & Cara Weikel
Semester: Fall 2011
Melwood Horticultural Training Center provides services to people with disabilities in order to maximize their capabilities to live full and rewarding lives through work training and other services. SVC Consultants devised a streamlined Excel driven database by which Melwood can track potential corporate sponsors for its annual revenue generating PGA Golf Tournament.
SVC Undergraduate Consultants: Dylan Benach, Jessica Matta, Kelly Shih, & Anastasiya Zubilova
Semester: Spring 2010
Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts, a new facility proposed in Annapolis, Md., is a multipurpose performing arts space aimed at elevating the local arts community and attracting premier talent to the region. The SVC team conducted several case studies on the effects of the entrance of large performing arts facilities on the surrounding arts communities.
SVC Undergraduate Consultants: Chris Coraggio, Rachel Epstein, Tian Tian Feng & Alan Yang
Semester: Fall 2009
Wisconsin Early Childhood Association supports the adults who care for and educate young children in Wisconsin, through a variety of services including scholarship and compensation programs, professional development, membership and advocacy. The SVC consultants developed a comprehensive survey of members and non-members alike, and utilized the results to build recommendations on growing and maintaining WECA’s membership base.
SVC Consultants: Donald Mayer & Kristin Danilczyk