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A sustainable product-service system
Andreas Arnold (Dipl.-Ing. Industrial Engineering)
Marvin Horstmann (Dipl.-Ing. Electrical Engineering)
Jessyca Keil (B.A. Political Science, M.A. Conflict Studies)
Michael Conzelmann (Dipl.-Ing. Mass Communication)
Alexander Dohmen (Doctor, IT and Software Entrepreneur)
Marco Krabs (B.Sc. Business, M.A. Economics and Philosophy)
Sharing Economy, Items
Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper
Faculty IV (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
Department of Telecommunication Systems Service-centric Networking
Social Impact Start (2013), EXIST Startup Grant (2015)
"Renting made easy"
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Servicing a network of lending machines, LEIHBAR grants easy access to high-quality and durable everyday goods. Access to items the users rarely use but don't want to live without. The users are unburdened from the complex information they have to consider on purchase. They don't have to care about repair or recycling. Items are rentable at the machines via touch-display or via app.
A projector for the soccer worldcup or a rubber boat for the lake? LEIHBAR adapts the variety of goods for every machine to local and seasonal changes.
Damaged goods are returned to the producer. Thus, LEIHBAR offers an opportunity for a company-intern, sustainable ressource strategy.
- www.leihbar.org