Let your business problems become our problems!

Are you looking for ideas for new products/services or businesses?

Do you face challenges satisfying or retaining customers and look for inputs that might resolve your issues?

Are you trying to develop a business model for your product/service(idea)?

Do you face competitive or regulatory challenges that require you to rethink your business?

Are you trying to develop a business plan for your start-up business?

Are you successful, but not really profitable?

What are Student Consulting Projects (SCP)?

SCP projects are 8-month project collaboration (October-May) between corporate or not-for-profit clients, LBS advanced master students and qualified LBS faculty members. They are intended to assist local corporations, entrepreneurs and also non-profits with typical business issues.

What is the contribution from LBS?
  • 4500 human-hours per project
  • 6-10 Master students per group (up to 10 native languages) in their 2nd year of studies
  • Generation Y’s perspective – IT, 21C communication, and a global mind-set
  • Academic and professional supervision
  • Short personal communication channels
  • Qualifications in many disciplines
How is client confidentiality maintained?

All projects conducted through the LBS are done in strict confidence. No confidential information is released until a team is assigned and each student has signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement. Faculty involved with the project also sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement. We recognize the sensitivity of your business information, and we emphasize confidentiality in our program.

How much does it cost?

SCP services are 100% pro-bono, but we do require ongoing cooperation from your organization, especially access to key individuals and information.

For more information check out our most recent projects with the GAZ Group, IST Austria, Sigmund Freud Museum in the USA, ja! Natürlich – Rewe Group, Winkelbauer, and PEdAL ED.

Deadline: September 09, 2017

Please send your applications to Prof. (FH) Dr. Hanno Poeschl, MSc, MBA.