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New Team at NeXus Consulting Group Starts Work on Sustainability and Social Impact Projects.

June 6, 2017

Toronto – Four MBA students from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management have joined the School’s sustainability and social-impact consulting firm, NeXus Consulting Group.

Since its inception in 2005, NeXus Consulting Group has delivered personalized and unbiased solutions that allow social purpose organizations to achieve their strategic visions. Every year, a diverse, talented, and committed group of second year Rotman MBA students work to help organizations create and capture value.

Having expanded its focus from non-profit and social enterprise sectors into the private and public sectors with a focus on economic, social, and environmental sustainability, NeXus has developed a broad portfolio of expertise. Past NeXus clients include: Royal Conservatory of Music, Alterna Savings and Credit Union, The Royal Canadian Institute, Toronto Centre for Social Innovation, and Evergreen Brick Works.

Offering affordable, fee-based consulting services, NeXus supports a broad range of client needs, including business planning and start-up assessments, market research, scaling and expansion initiatives, financial modeling, technology implementation, customer insights and social impact measurement.

The consultants, Rachita Saini, MBA’18; Fatima Saya,  MBA/MGA ’18; Matthew Solda, MBA’18; and Chawin Vajnopath. BASc/MBA’18, each bring a deep understanding of management and business practices, in addition to their own experiences in the private and public sectors in Canada, and internationally.

For more information about the consulting services provided by NeXus, visit their website at

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