Aaron Eichler holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Macalester College, as well as a master of business administration in strategy and entrepreneurial management from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. In 2017, Aaron Eichler founded Strategic Consulting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he serves as managing director.
Strategic Consulting provides a range of business consulting services to help clients and organizations identify areas of weakness and improve performance. Often, a consultant can provide an outside perspective that can generate new ideas and direction for a firm, increasing overall efficiency and profitability. The ideal strategy consultant should have strong knowledge of the client’s specific market and industry best practices in order to make specific recommendations.
Specifically, a strategy consultant might review systems and processes to identify potential improvements, or conduct a cost-benefit analysis to determine areas for growth. The consultant might also provide clear guidance for how to expand product offerings, reorganize for cost savings, or extend a market footprint.
Minnesota resident Aaron Eichler founded and serves as Managing Director of Strategic Consulting based in Minnetonka, MN. In his role, he provides clients with business management consulting services. Before his 25-year career in business, Aaron Eichler attended Minnesota’s Macalester College, where he earned a degree in economics.
The Macalester Fund supports the institution through its Class Agent program, which facilitates donor participation. The Class Agent program is comprised of Macalester alumni who spread the word regarding why giving back to the college through the fund is important. Much of the money is donated to the college by alumni students making connections with peers, students, and fellow alumni.
The Macalester Fund supports a number of the school's activities. The fund provides program support for extracurricular activities such as art performances and workshops, emergency aid for students who encounter financial hardships, and faculty research, in addition to other activities. Ultimately, through the work of class agents, students presently enrolled at the academic institution benefit directly.