A project commissioned by PwC examined the impact of regulations on the business models of platform economy operators and their capabilities to use data.
Partnership Programme for long-term collaboration
The Partnership Programme offers a clear model and structure for co-operation, which facilitates in developing the relations towards long-term strategic partnerships.
Companies enter into a 2 to 3-year partnership agreement with the School of Business. The parties determine the focus of the co-operation together. There are currently 12 Premium Partners: Alma Media, Deloitte, EY, Finavia, Hilti, Konecranes, K Group, KPMG, OP, Posti, PwC, S Group
The Partnership Programme offers Premium Partners an excellent opportunity to build, develop and maintain collaboration with our internationally recognized School of Business.
The Partnership Programme at the School of Business offers companies:
- Clear means and structures to build, develop and maintain university collaboration
- Valued contacts with students and an entry point into the academic community
- Possibility to share knowledge with the teaching and expert community
- Fresh insights and access to sources of new knowledge
- A way to increase the companies' visibility and develop their employer brand with a clear goal
- A solution that fits the needs of the company
- Their own contact person and the possibility to develop a long-term partnership
Some examples of collaboration
The suggested business models can be applied to the online grocery store operations, says Chief Digital Officer, Retail eCommerce, of SOK.
”Combining the virtual world and physical fair is absolutely a positive thing, keep at it!"
- Student feedback from the Aalto Talent Expo fair