BearingPoint celebrates decade milestone with #10DaysOfCaring

18 September 2019 2 min. read
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As international consultancy BearingPoint celebrates 10 years of independence, it has announced the largest corporate social responsibility drive in its history. The firm’s #10DaysOfCaring campaign will see the firm volunteering and giving back to people, the planet, and society across its offices in September.

Autumn 2019 marked a major milestone in BearingPoint’s history. Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the management buyout that established it as an independent entity, the Partner-led management and technology consultancy launched a new five-year-plan, plotting a route to maintain its meteoric growth in the coming decade. The firm’s new Strategy 2025 plan focuses on the goals of putting people in the centre; outperforming the market; enabling European clients to become global leaders; and to be a top-three firm in key areas of expertise.

While BearingPoint is keen to build on its own success from a business standpoint, the consultancy is also determined to strengthen its purpose-orientated attributes. As the firm looks to mark its first decade in style, BearingPoint has announced the launch of a 10-day CSR campaign to “give back to… people, the planet and society.”

BearingPoint celebrates decade of independence with #10DaysOfCaring

Running from September 13th, the firm’s #10DaysOfCaring campaign represents the largest CSR campaign in the firm’s history, and will eventually see roughly 150 different activities take place, each aimed at making the world a better place. These range from planting trees and cycling to work, to donating blood and volunteering for local non-profits across BearingPoint’s offices in Europe and the US.

Commenting on the firm’s efforts, Kiumars Hamidian, Managing Partner of BearingPoint, said, “People are at the heart of everything we do. We wouldn’t be a success without the people of our firm, our clients, and the people in the communities where we work and call home.”

The move complements BearingPoint’s CSR motto of “We care!”, while giving greater visibility to how the firm’s staff impact society by volunteering their ideas and time to good causes. Beyond the 10 days, meanwhile, BearingPoint will look to use the momentum from the campaign to start new initiatives, like launching new affinity networks and signing on as a firm to the UN Global Compact.