Overcome Challenges And Drive Innovation With Co-Creation
The real value in networking is to know when to use resources that are outside of your company. If you’re short on brainpower for fresh ideas and new perspectives, Demola is the answer.
We have an international pool of young talent from all fields of science, university partners with the latest research, and an award-winning innovation platform to guarantee real results.
All we need from you is your challenges.
Access To A Network Of Top Talent
Your most powerful asset could be outside of your own organization. That is why Demola provides companies, big or small, access to an international network full of talent, enthusiasm, and fresh ideas that can solve your problems. Depending on the level and nature of the project, you can either assign the work to a local Demola team or have a combination of our centers working on your project.
Pay Only For Results
Getting started with Demola is free of charge. After the initial setup and the work is complete, the project team will present the results to you. If, and only if, you find the results useful and valuable, you have the options to either license or purchase the rights from the team. Together with our partners, we have created and validated an IPR model that has been designed to meet the legal requirements of global corporations.
It's Not What We Do – It's How We Do It
Though talented students are the core makeup of Demola, our tried & tested working method is what makes us different. All procedures and processes, roles and goals are clearly defined, and closely monitored by our experienced facilitators. Productive. Hassel-free. That's the Demola way.
Our world is changing so fast, therefore we want to meet the students, those we call digital natives. They can find new applications because they see the world in a different way.
Ronald Ingman, Director, Ericsson
A successful Demola project requires a challenging problem and sufficient liberties to look for new approaches. The partner, too, must make a proper contribution to the project.
Lasse Ericsson, Senior Research Engineer, Konecranes