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Collaborative design for business model innovation in servitization – HITS2024


To develop knowledge on the use of collaborative design that foster and promote business model innovation in the field of sustainable transport systems.

Project Leader


IPDD Participants

Mats Magnusson, Mia Hesselgren, Fitim Selimi

Project Partners

Scania, KTH, Stockholms Stad, Södertörns kommunerna, Ericsson, Fabege, Catena, Atrium Ljungberg, Ragnsells, Bring, HAVI, Axfood, FTL, CLOSER, LogTrade


FFI & Scania


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Last changed: May 19, 2021
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