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Students can provide businesses with insight through NeuLook Consulting partnership with Hillsborough Township

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Hillsborough Township is partnering with NeuLook Consulting Inc. to enable students to provide businesses with unique insights to address their needs and reach their goals.
The partnership is the township’s latest move to support local businesses and provide them with innovative tools to grow, according to information provided by the township. NeuLook aims to assist Hillsborough’s local businesses, the clients, through 10-week long engagements with student consulting teams. These teams will be able to help their clients by offering a variety of services from market strategies to competitive analysis, and more.
NeuLook Consulting is a pro bono organization dedicated to its clients. Businesses will meet 2-3 times with the student consultants to outline their goals and expectations. The culmination of the project will be a final presentation where the student consultants will deliver their analysis and recommendations to the business management, according to the statement.
“Hillsborough Township is also excited to support an organization that will give students an invaluable experience to learn about business firsthand, learn professional soft skills, and grow as leaders,” Mayor Doug Tomson said in the statement.
NeuLook’s comprehensive education program is designed to challenge students and teach them important skills related to critical thinking and analysis, as well as training in business and strategy.
Additionally, this unique opportunity to lead their teams and work with a business will push students to become self-starters, and prepare them for future careers.
NeuLook Consulting was founded by Smay Shah and Rajas Chordiya, students at Rutgers University. They look to apply what they have learned as consultants for the Rutgers Consulting Group to help local businesses and mentor high school students, according to the statement.
This is not the first time they have been involved with Hillsborough, as they both previously served as REACH (Reach, Explore Academic and Creative Heights) interns, a gifted and talented senior intern program at Hillsborough High School, under Hillsborough Township’s Business Advocate David Kois.
For businesses interested in NeuLook Consulting: Starting this fall, NeuLook Consulting will begin offering its services to local businesses in Hillsborough. To receive cost-free consulting services from NeuLook Consulting, or to learn more about the organization, email hba@hillsborough-nj.org.
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