WeLive. Ollie. Common.
Co-living is on the rise in major cities — and for good reason. Co-living provides an elevated community housing experience, often tied with superior amenities and facilities.
Co-living is often compared to dormitory/student housing, which many first-year undergraduates experience while living on their college campuses. But what are one’s options after that first year? Typically, undergrad students move off-campus to independent housing/apartments, missing out on the many benefits of dormitory/co-living.
Next Gen would like to reinvent the housing experience for students, providing an elevated physical, digital, and emotional alternative that enhances the collegiate experience.
Key areas/problems to consider:
-What current models are working well from a brand perspective? Which from a business perspective?
-What are the top aspects of current co-living opportunities?
-What do students actually want from a housing facility?
-What does the business model of a co-living company look like?
-What do the economics behind launching a co-living facility look like?
-In what cities/near what campuses would a model like this be most likely to succeed? Why?
Product Design & Development
Reporting, Financial Planning & Analysis
Research & Development
Sales & Business Development
Experiential Learning Program Details
|School||The International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE)|
|Engagement Format||Live Case - Class Collaboration or Case Competition - This learning format allows educators to deliver experiential learning to students at scale. Students are often split into groups to work on a live case (or a series of cases) from a real host company that directly relates to key learning objectives.|
|Students Enrolled||40 (10 schools, 7-undergrad programs, 3-grad)|
|Meeting Day & Time||n/a|
|Student Time Commitment||4-7 Hours Per Week|
|Company Time Commitment||2 Hours|
|Touchpoints & Assignments||Due Date||Submission|
Key Project Milestones
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