Justin Waldrop
Dec 30, 2022

Looking Back on a Successful Year

Happy New Year from DJK Consulting! As we reflect on the past year and look ahead to the future, we want to take a moment to celebrate the key steps and milestones we’ve achieved as a company in 2022.

  1. Developing a clear mission and vision statement: This was a crucial first step for us, as it helped us define our purpose and values as a company. Our mission is to positively empower businesses to impact the world through their operations and activities. Our vision is to become the leading provider of social impact consulting services for businesses.
  2. Identifying and targeting potential clients: We’ve worked with a range of clients over the past year, including non-profit organizations, government agencies, and for-profit companies. We’ve been able to help these clients understand and improve their social and environmental performance, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to make a positive impact in the world.
  3. Developing a range of services: We offer various services to help our clients assess, understand, and improve their social and environmental performance. These services include conducting impact assessments, developing sustainability strategies, and implementing social impact programs. We’re proud to be able to offer these services to our clients and help them achieve their social impact goals.
  4. Building a team of experienced consultants: We have a diverse team of consultants with expertise in various fields, including sustainability, environmental management, and social impact assessment. We’re grateful for the knowledge and experience of our team, and we’re confident that we have the expertise to help our clients succeed.
  5. Developing a solid brand and marketing strategy: We’ve worked hard to establish our credibility as a social impact consulting firm and implemented a marketing strategy that helps us attract new clients. We’re proud of the brand we’ve built and grateful to our clients for helping us spread the word about our services.
  6. Developing partnerships and collaborations: In addition to working directly with clients, we’ve also developed partnerships and collaborations with other organizations and firms to help us tackle more extensive projects and access resources and expertise that we may not have internally. These partnerships have been a valuable part of our growth and success over the past year, and we look forward to continuing to build strong, mutually beneficial relationships in the future.
  7. Launching educational and training programs: In addition to our consulting services, we’ve also developed educational and training programs to help our clients understand and implement best practices in social impact management. We’ve received great feedback on these programs, and we’re excited to continue expanding our offerings in this area.
  8. Participating in industry events and conferences: We’ve had the opportunity to participate in several industry events and conferences over the past year, allowing us to share our expertise and learn from others in the field. These events have been a valuable opportunity for us to network and build our reputation as trusted partners for businesses that want to make a positive difference in the world.
  9. Shifting to a stakeholder-focused business model: In the past year, we made the commitment to prioritize the needs and well-being of our stakeholders – including our employees, clients, and communities – over our bottom line. This shift in mindset has allowed us to better align our business goals with our values and to create more positive social impact through our operations.
  10. Seeking B corporation certification: One of our key milestones for the coming year is to seek B corporation certification. B corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. We believe this certification will help us further differentiate ourselves as a company dedicated to positively impacting the world.

Overall, it’s been an exciting and rewarding year for DJK Consulting. We’re grateful to our clients, partners, and team members for their support, and we look forward to continuing to grow and make a positive impact in the world in the coming year. Here’s to a bright and prosperous 2023!


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