A team of top experts from Preference, Alies, Stockholm Stad, eGovlab Stockholm University and Institut für Immobilien Bauen und Wohnen GmbH, I.IBW have come together to research and provide cutting edge tech-solutions in digitizing public services.
meet the team
Preference develops methods for structuring complex, ill-structured problems in a format that is intuitive and easy to understand, transparent as well as easy to change.
This format takes into account both qualitative inputs based on experiences, opinions, and hypotheses along with quantitative data in both small and large amounts.
Role in project: Coordinator
Professor Dr. UNESCO Chair
Role in project: Advisor
Ph.D. in Computer and Systems Science
Role in project: Tool Development
eGovlab is a research centre at Stockholm University, Sweden that operates on a simple assumption: that good Governance based on transparency, efficiency, collective decision-making and co-creation can improve services to citizens and boost economic performance in Sweden, the Nordics and the European Union at large. The eGovlab constitutes a community of researchers who conduct their research projects into consortia funded by grants and/or corporate sponsors.
Role in Project: Role: Co-creation facilitator
Senior Interaction Designer
Role in project: Dissemination
Allies is a group of allied company builders and community changers working in Insight & Innovation , Purpose & Reputation , Sustainability & Growth , and People & Activation .
Role in project: Concept & Tool development
Role in project: Concept & tool development
Johan af Klercker
Project management Field research
Role in project: Test Manager
The company with its two subsidiaries; Visit Stockholm and Invest Stockholm, are responsible for promoting and developing Stockholm as a business and tourist destination under the brand Stockholm – The Capital of Scandinavia.
Stockholm Business Region works closely with the business community, academic, and other institutions, as well as with various organizations in the city, other municipalities, and federal agencies.
Role in project: Inputs Sweden/Stockholm
IIBW offers research as well as a wealth of information and services in these areas for Austria, the EU, and many CEE and CIS countries. Our focus is on housing finance and subsidy systems, housing policy, housing regulations, statistics and market information.
Role in project: Inputs Austria
October 2018 - May 2021
628 000 EUR