Small Business Consulting Program At Columbia Business School In Harlem

Applications are now open for the spring semester intake of Columbia Business School’s Small Business Consulting Program (SBCP)! SBCP is a student-run organization that provides pro bono strategy consulting services to startups, nonprofits, and small businesses in the New York City area. Each consulting project consists of four to six Columbia Business School MBA students that partner with client organizations over an eight week period. The project will consist of several work streams that each client will provide scope details for in their application. Some examples of project scopes are: operations analysis to determine improvement areas, market research analysis to identify highest value customers, growth strategy development and implementation plan.

Applications to be selected as a client for a spring semester consulting project are now open at:

The deadline for applications is January 27th, 2017.

Applicants will hear back by February 12th. Please reach out with questions to

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