Welcome to

APEX Consulting

Great Performance

A team that succeeds

Dedicated Members
Years in Service
Successful Projects

Winter 2018 Application Timeline

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Winning the prestigious MPowered Entrepreneurship Oscar

A Word from Our Executive Board

Dear Prospective Members and Potential Clients,

Thank you very much for your interest in APEX Consulting Group. On behalf of our entire team, we would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you.
Our student-run consulting organization based in the University of Michigan specializes in providing quality pro-bono consulting services to local businesses, startups, and nonprofits each semester, with diverse projects ranging from product development to revenue strategies to human capital programs and many more. Looking back at how far we have grown, we are proud of the progress that we have made and we attribute this success to the dedicated members in our club and our strong relationships with our clients. We hope to continue our legacy as the fastest growing consulting club on campus and we look forward to getting to know you.

APEX Consulting Group Executive Board.

A Little Glance at APEX Consulting

Working hard at our team meetings.

Discussing ways to grow.

Striving to be the best.

Working in a team.

Listening with a intent to strive.

The past APEX team.

The new APEX team.

Seniors that give back.

What Clients Say?

Customer Testimonails

The team did an amazing job and we are extremely satisfied with the result. We would like to adopt the majority of the suggestions and strategies.

Mengfan Zhou Chief Marketing Officer at Conifer Technology, Inc
Customer Testimonails

The project was well managed. It was a good mix of backgrounds/perspectives and the effort was clearly there. The conclusions were well reasoned and well presented.

Scott L. Chief Executive Officer at Arbor Insight
Customer Testimonails

These guys did an amazing job. I would be open to exploring the idea of working on a project together again.

Jason Wolfe-Greer Founder of CarePRN