The economy needs a new paradigm. We believe that the companies that will be successful tomorrow will be the ones able to manage dual objectives: return for shareholders and positive impact for society and the environment.
Why clients work with us
We are the only strategy consulting firm that helps its clients think through a double lens of impact and performance. Traditional consulting firms will provide advice on performance and shareholder value creation. CSR consulting firms will provide advice on ESG related topics. At Do Well Do Good, we provide both together.
Excellence – Our consultants demonstrated success within tier 1 strategy consulting firms. They provide quality insights and bring ESG topics to CEOs’ agendas.
Global – We work globally in more than 50 countries by leveraging our education programs.
Reasonable price – In order to keep the balance between doing well and doing good, we set our salaries below industry standards.
Committed – We are a purpose-led company. We walk the talk and experience the daily challenges and benefits of doing well and doing good at the same time ourselves.
Help companies to define their purpose, but also to build a strategy and implementation plans around it
Help companies and institutions to reduce their environmental footprint, and to adapt to the consequences of climate change
Support our clients in their transition to circular business models and help them leverage new value pools
Inclusive Jobs & Education
Help governments, development organizations, institutions, and schools align education with labor market demand, and to create jobs. Help companies become more inclusive
Guide our clients in designing products and crafting solutions for the bottom of the pyramid, across the energy, mobility, financial services, affordable housing and education sectors
We developed a strong expertise in 4 sectors: energy, mobility, construction and building capacity for the public sector. We only work with clients who are committed to sustainable transformation. We become their trusted advisor and help them solve their strategic challenges: good growth, strategy and planning, sustainable performance, people development, M&A and due-diligence.
We support utilities, grid operators, and public bodies on energy transition, energy efficiency, and access-to-energy projects across all geographies.
We work with OEMs, tier-1 suppliers, technology partners and transportation system operators to define their long term strategy, identify new good growth opportunities, and boost their innovation capabilities.
We help manufacturers and engineering companies rethink their strategy, penetrate new markets and adapt their product offer, and we assist the public sector in designing infrastructure for the future.
We help states build capacity and train a new generation of leaders who will Do Well and Do Good.
Our senior Consulting team
Sébastien set up Do Well Do Good after being a strategy consultant in the private and public sectors. He liked both but was equally frustrated by each. Doing well and doing good should go hand in handroundedlinkedin
Senior Partner & Head of consulting
Laurent brings more than 30 years of experience as a strategy consultant. As a Senior Partner at BCG, he lead the health practice for Europe. He loves teaching and mentoring, and inspiring his younger team members to strive for excellence with a humanist approachroundedlinkedin
Associate Partner & Education Director
Hind joined Do Well Do Good after being a consultant at Bain & Company and completing the On Purpose program. She has a dual role: leading our consulting “Inclusive Jobs and Education” practice, and driving our education program targeted at talents from underprivileged backgroundsroundedlinkedin
Pierre has been a strategy consultant for 10 years, including at BCG (another one, hence maybe our green logo!). He leads our work on construction and has advised many of our public sector clients. He is passionate about public policy and politics and he regularly contributes to our Education programs in France and Africaroundedlinkedin
Cécile started her career at McKinsey and then worked in technology prior to joining Do Well Do Good. She leads our work on circular economy and has advised many of our clients in the mobility and energy sectors. She is passionate about geopolitics and also supports our Education programs as a coachroundedlinkedin
Nishanth is a graduate from IIT Bombay and IIM Ahmedabad, where his inclination towards Do Well Do Good developed into setting up and scaling up mentorship programs. He spent 10+ years in strategy consulting with BCG and KPMG and is building Do Well Do Good’s India and Africa consulting and education practicesroundedlinkedin
Pierre co-founded and managed a small factory during 3 years, and spent 3 other years as a strategy consultant at McKinsey. He is passionate about climate-related topics, and regularly contributes to our Education programsroundedlinkedin
Clément Le Guyader
Clément started his career in the banking industry at the General Inspection of the Société Générale Group where he spent 5 years. He joined Do Well Do Good in 2022 and leads our work on Purpose-led companiesroundedlinkedin
Insights from Do Well Do Good Consulting
We combine sectorial knowledge and strategic analysis to deliver impactful insights for our clients
Going from a static carbon footprint measurement to a multi-year carbon footprint monitoring and forecast, from 2015 to 2050:
- Simplification, additions to and update of modelling methodology
- Forecast and scenarios implemented
- Revised carbon emissions
- Computation of additional carbon emissions
- Automated reporting per year, per subsidiary, per production site, per emission item
We worked with a SBF120 company in the mobility sector to define a new purpose more aligned with its strategy and values.
- We benchmarked how CAC40 companies had defined and were using their purpose,
- and we proposed a set of strategic objectives, related KPIs and implementation plans with roadmap to better leverage the new purpose.
Identification of suppliers of recycled raw materials for various automotive applications, with constraints on technical properties, and forecasts of available volumes by quality grades at several time horizons.
- Mapped main production processes step-by-step
- Mapped material flows from primary to secondary and secondary to primary
- Analyzed recycling process, challenges and ongoing innovations
- Identified suppliers and estimated volumes available today and at horizon 2025, 2030, 2035
Our client, a development institution, wanted to define global strategic priorities for digitalization of education in basic education, higher
education and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET, public and private).
- Defined the digital education usages
- Defined digital education levers
- Prioritized usages across sectors
- Defined possible projects related to priority usages including examples of best practices, and cost estimates
- Defined of strategic priorities
- Built funding scenarios