Due to our sector of activity, hygiene and cleanliness, we are involved in our customers' waste management. We would like to propose a service offering with innovative tools to optimize their waste management.
GSF is one of the leaders in cleanliness, hygiene and related services in the professional environment. We employ 33,000 people worldwide for a turnover of 800 million euros, headquartered in Sophia Antipolis with subsidiaries throughout France and abroad.
Growth of 7% per year. Diversification of our associated services offering, including outsourced waste management for our clients. In partnership or directly, GSF responds to these requests, offering a complete range of services and management services, backed by trained management and adapted reporting tools.
In order to meet the growing demand of our customers in the tertiary sector for this service offer, in line with their regulatory obligations and CSR approach, we would like to be able to propose innovative solutions and services related to waste management at our customers' premises.
How can we optimize or even automate our waste management services at the customer's premises? How to support the customer in his management, sorting and recycling of waste in an innovative way? What innovations exist in terms of management, weighing, collection and collection media (connected trash cans, data management, etc.)?
We are increasingly being solicited by our customers to propose innovative solutions in our services, particularly in relation to the work outfits of our employees. There is an emerging trend of connected outfits. We would like to make a difference in the field and offer innovative solutions for our workwear range.
GSF is one of the leaders in cleanliness, hygiene and related services in the workplace. We employ 33,000 people worldwide for a turnover of 800 million euros, headquartered in Sophia Antipolis with subsidiaries throughout France and abroad. The purchasing department is located in Sophia Antipolis and is responsible for the regular renewal of work clothes.
We would like to explore the development of smart work clothes that offer added value to our customers and employees.
Connected work clothes could be used to provide customers with real-time information or offline data analysis on the GSF employee in the completion of his or her job and in the work environment, for example data related to operationality, uniform traceability, quality of life and health and safety at work.
How can we offer our customers innovative services based on the outfits and accessories of our employees?
How can we imagine the outfit of tomorrow for our field staff?
What added value would connected outfits bring to our customers, their customers and our employees?
The renewal of the range of high-volume uniforms (for all employees) and the short duration of the use of certain work clothes represent important financial and environmental issues for GSF. We would like to find innovative and sustainable solutions for the life cycle of our uniforms.
GSF is one of the leaders in cleanliness, hygiene and related services in the workplace. We employ 33,000 people worldwide for a turnover of 800 million euros, headquartered in Sophia Antipolis with subsidiaries throughout France and abroad. The purchasing department is located in Sophia Antipolis and has developed a responsible purchasing policy, which is part of the values and social responsibility of a company like ours.
We have already deployed actions in several directions. GSF is a signatory to the "Responsible Supplier Relations" Charter, part of our range of work clothes comes from fair trade or local suppliers or "Made in France", for example.
We pay particular attention to the sustainability of the life cycle of work clothes: for example, in the eco-design of uniforms or for their end-of-life. In the course of its activities, GSF provides work clothes for its 27000 uniformed employees, and among them, temporary workers who will wear their uniforms for only one day.
What is a responsible workwear? How to reduce our costs while maintaining a responsible approach ? How to ensure a second life for used clothes that sometimes only served one day of work?
As part of its educational mission as a zoological park, Marineland would like to increase visitors' awareness of the educational content displayed in the park. We wish to involve and engage visitors with "interactive" actions that will be offered to them throughout the day via their smartphone. How to create an interactive and innovative educational experience for the public during their visit to Marineland ?
Today's zoological parks carry out 3 essential missions: education and public awareness, conservation of endangered species or habitats and scientific research.
The educational mission of Parc Marineland is at the heart of its activity. Welcoming marine animals, letting them discover them to the public, explaining their peculiarities, their skills, the dangers that weigh on them, the gestures to be put in place in our daily lives to help species in the natural environment are part of the information conveyed to the public. The oral and audio-visual channels are preferred since few people have yet to read the signs. During performances around the whale basins, dolphins and sea lions, information is distilled upstream and during the performance through quizzes or videos. After the performance, the educational facilitator then makes himself available to answer questions from the visitors. During educational activities, the species concerned is highlighted by the facilitator's speech and not by the interaction between caregivers and animals. Our educational mission for schoolchildren: since today's child is the adult responsible for tomorrow, educating young people about the beauties of nature and its respect allows Marineland to play a role for tomorrow. The privileged channel with the child who has come with his school is dialogue, reflection, awakening and questioning, while remaining playful of course!!
As only 13% of visitors read the educational panels in the park, how to convey educational messages during the visitor journey, and while waiting for a show when the visitors are seated?
We would like to explore new trails with the project team, in order to provide a pedagogical experience, and a virtual visit to our visitors through their journey in our park.
How to interest the public in Marineland's educational messages during the visit to the park? How can educational content on Marineland's conservation and research activities be effectively conveyed to visitors as they walk through the park or wait for activities?
As a zoological park, Marineland carries out 3 essential missions: education and public awareness, conservation of endangered species or habitats and scientific research. We would like to explore the deployment of new innovative educational solutions and experiences in order to raise awareness of biodiversity conservation among the largest possible number of people, especially the younger generations.
The educational mission of Parc Marineland is at the heart of its activity. Welcoming marine animals, letting them discover them to the public, explaining their peculiarities, their skills, the dangers that weigh on them, the gestures to be put in place in our daily lives to help species in the natural environment are part of the information conveyed to the public. Some examples of the missions of the Marineland Foundation : https://www.marineland.fr/la-conservation/, https://www.marineland.fr/la-sensibilisation/, https://www.marineland.fr/la-recherche/
We would like to explore with the project team new ways to raise public awareness, especially among the younger generations about our biodiversity research and conservation activities, and to develop innovative educational experiences with stakeholders in our ecosystem.
How can we develop our pedagogy for the younger generations in order to make them more aware of the preservation of natural resources and make our educational content accessible to as many people as possible? How can we use our marine species research and conservation activities to educate and raise public awareness?
Comment transformer les défis du quotidien et de la vie locale à Biot en opportunités de coopération, de co-création et d’innovation sociale ? Comment favoriser l‘implication des citoyens dans la recherche, la conception et la mise en œuvre de solutions ?
How can the challenges of everyday life and local life in Biot be transformed into opportunities for cooperation, co-creation and social innovation? How can we encourage citizen involvement in the search, design and implementation of solutions?
La ville de Biot, située entre Cannes et Nice, et limitrophe de la ville d’Antibes, compose, avec Antibes, Mougins, Valbonne et Vallauris la technopole de Sophia-Antipolis.
Sensibles au dialogue avec les citoyens et devant faire face à de nombreuses demandes et problématiques qui touchent le quotidien des citoyens Biotois, nous aimerions travailler à centraliser ces demandes et développer des solutions pour mieux pouvoir y répondre. Notre objectif serait de créer des synergies et des modèles de coopération entre les citoyens pour apporter des solutions collaboratives. (ex: auto-stop organisé, circuit de commercialisation commerçants locaux, conseils de quartier, etc.)
The city of Biot, located between Cannes and Nice, and bordering the city of Antibes, is home to the Sophia-Antipolis technopole along with Antibes, Mougins, Valbonne and Vallauris.
Sensitive to dialogue with the citizens and facing numerous demands and problems that affect the daily life of Biot citizens, we would like to work to centralize these demands and develop solutions to better meet them. Our aim would be to create synergies and models of cooperation between citizens to provide collaborative solutions. (e. g., organized hitchhiking, local merchant marketing circuit, neighbourhood councils, etc.)
La Ville de Biot et ses citoyens rencontrent au quotidien des problématiques de vie locale : gestion des transports et es déplacements, gestion des déchets, périodes de travaux, accessibilité, environnement… Comment transformer ces défis en opportunités de coopération, de co-création et d’innovation sociale ? Comment favoriser l‘implication des citoyens dans la recherche, la conception et la mise en œuvre de solutions ?
The City of Biot and its citizens are confronted on a daily basis with local life issues: transportation and transport management, waste management, construction periods, accessibility, environment... How can these challenges be transformed into opportunities for cooperation, co-creation and social innovation? How can we encourage citizen involvement in the search, design and implementation of solutions?