We are looking for business minded thesis workers that can help us adapt and/or find new business models for smart buildings the upcoming fall 2021. If you think that this sounds interesting contact us to find out more!
Business model for smart buildings
A smart building uses different sensors, actuators, and systems to automate or aid in the operation of a building. One example of such a system, provided by Essity since more than five years, is Tork EasyCube which is a facility management software connected with IoT sensors. It brings a whole new level of efficiency and quality to cleaning operations by utilizing data collected from sensors in washrooms and toilets.
In order to further evolve in this area and looking at businesses conducting work in smart buildings, we would like to understand if there are possibilities to adapt or generate new business models based on how businesses would like to work in and use a smart building.
By doing a mapping of the existing eco system, identifying customer needs and actors within the smart building area one or several potential business models should be identified, discussed, and examined.
Who we are
Essity is a leading global hygiene and health company. We are dedicated to improving well-being through our products and services.
Sales are conducted in approximately 150 countries under the leading global brands TENA and Tork, and other strong brands, such as JOBST, Leukoplast, Libero, Libresse, Lotus, Nosotras, Saba, Tempo, Vinda and Zewa.
Essity has about 46,000 employees. Net sales in 2019 amounted to approximately SEK 129bn (EUR 12.2bn). The company’s headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and Essity is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Essity breaks barriers to well-being and contributes to a healthy, sustainable and circular society. For more information, visit www.essity.com.
Please contact Erica Graveley if you have any questions or if you are interested in the thesis work, firstname.lastname@example.org