The public sector shapes the framework within which global markets operate; the social sector steps in where governments and markets may fall short in supporting underserved communities. Increasingly, actors in these sectors are adopting innovative change models and leveraging learnings, models and partners from the private sector to achieve their goals. Bain’s work across the private, public and social sectors enables us to help clients transform communities around the world.
Food, Nature, and Health Transitions—Repeatable Country Models
What We Do
What We Do
We help tackle some of the world's toughest social issues by partnering with the most effective and change-oriented nonprofit organizations and government entities.
Our clients focus on four key areas:
- Primary and secondary education: Bain works with education nonprofits and reform-minded school systems to create better opportunities for underserved students to lead choice-filled lives.
- Higher education: Bain has decades of experience helping leading academic institutions set and advance their strategies and improve operations.
- Economic development: Bain works with organizations that leverage the power of markets and business enterprise models to create jobs, fuel income growth and sustainably improve the quality of life for the world’s poor.
- Public sector and government: We work with government institutions eager to enhance their organizational effectiveness and embrace new models of social change.
We also work with corporate clients to embed sustainability into the core of their business strategy and operations.