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UPCOMING CLIENTS & PROJECTS
BSI Consulting is excited to be working with the following organizations for the Winter 2023 quarter. If you are a Booth Student interested in working on these projects, complete an application by November 15th. 

Applications from nonprofits interested in becoming a BSI client are accepted on an ongoing basis. We partner with new and returning orgnizations each quarter for strategic consulting projects. 


 

FFHC

Mission

FFHC (Father Families and Health Communities) envisions a world where Black fathers are valued as assets to their children, families, and communities. Through various means– peer-support groups, sector-driven job training and placement, legal aid, and skill-building services - FFHC creates opportunities for Black fathers to support their children’s positive growth,development, and well-being.

Project

FFHC wants to develop a marketing strategy to communicate their impact and mission in order to diversify and grow donor pool.
 

ACRE

Mission

Founded in 2010, ACRE is a non-profit organization based in Chicago designed to support emerging artists develop, discuss and present their artistic practices. As a community-coordinated effort to provide emerging artists with an accessible, equitable, and interdisciplinary residency and exhibitions program, ACRE has welcomed over 1,000 visual artists, sound artists, musicians, performance artists, writers, curators, scientists, chefs and others to its Wisconsin and Illinois communities.

Project

ACRE wants BSI to conduct a market assessment to determine what is currently being offered, identifying needs, and gauge demand. In addition a capability assessment analyzing the organizations current costs and capacities to see what services they can expand into. 

Some initial ideas includes artist education workshops, offering platforms for artists to connect, or creating marketplace to help artist connect with resources.
 

Greater Southwest

Mission

GSDC acquires, rehabs and repurposes property for community good. This includes identifying properties for redevelopment, completing feasibility studies, and securing financing.

Project

GSDC wants to conduct due diligence on the acquisition of five acres of land that they would like to develop. Key areas of research include potential for commercial activity, market trends in the area, foot traffic assessment, and determining what services they could provide with the space tha best support the surrounding neighborhood.

 

ACE

Mission

ACE's mission is to nurture children living in underserved communties by building character, confidence, and competency through the sport of tennis. With the goal of launching community led collaborations that advance social and economic justic. 

Project

Analyzing ACE's current staffing capabilities and identifying gaps in their leadership to help them define their criteria around selecting new board members and creating a recruitment plan for Board Members.