Products by Berkeley Haas

Highlighting the newest products by members of the Haas community. Browse the most recent additions below or select "View all products" to see the full list.

Gifts for Good

Laura Hertz, BS 13
Gifts for Good is the first business gifting company that solely sells gifts that give back. They curate and customize premium gifts for employees, clients, and events that support the work of over 40 nonprofits and cause-based enterprises in 19 states and 65 countries around the globe. Be it for client holiday gifts, custom apparel, conference giveaways, or first-day-on-the-job branded swag, Gifts for Good has all corporate gifting needs covered. You can use code "GoBears!" for 5% off your entire order.

Last Minute Gear

James Dong, BS 10
Last Minute Gear is an outdoor gear shop, whose broader mission is to make the outdoors more accessible while reducing waste and unnecessary overconsumption. Like a traditional retailer, they sell brand new, high quality equipment. But unconventionally, they also have a 24/7/365 rental program, with some of the same high quality equipment at 90% off retail prices. Additionally, they host a free-to-borrow community gear library. Based in San Francisco, but serving the Bay Area and beyond!


Benjamin Seidl, EWMBA17
Neyborly provides unique and creative venues for professional and social events. We strive to create memorable experiences through infusing local art and design into each of our dynamic community venues. Spaces are for rent by the hour as well as the provision of catering, music, and event planning services.

By Haas features companies owned or operated by Berkeley Haas alumni.

Some offer either special discounts on the products and services to members of the Haas community and/or give a portion of revenue earned back to the Haas Fund. Vintners, chocolatiers, financial service providers, cothing & accessory designers are a few examples. To list your company, please contact Casey Hennig in the Alumni Relations office.

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