Princeton consulting making a difference through BfE

October 17, 2016

Interview with Mircea Davidescu, a Princeton University student from Romania. Mircea was a consultant for our client Gravilog (Palestine), working on the startups' revenue streams and monetisation. 


A. What motivated you to take on this project?

I wanted a real-world consulting experience working on an ethical project with the capability to improve the lives of thousands of people. I wished to put my critical thinking skills to good use in the service of those who do not have my privileges.


B. How did Bridges for Enterprise give you the opportunity to act upon these motivations?

Bridges for Enterprise connected me with a real-world start-up where we could vividly imagine the results of the successful enterprise. Doing our best in this consulting case would determine if thousands of people would or would not have electricity.


C. What words of encouragement would you like to give to others?

This is a great opportunity to get real-world consulting experience working with a team of like-minded individuals on an ethical social project.



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