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Lighting as a Service

Craig DiLouie
Craig DiLouie
Education Director
Lighting Controls Association
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By offering razors to customers who agreed to sign up for regular replenishments, the Dollar Shave Club was one of the first direct-to-consumer startups that successfully worked through a subscription model. With the likes of Netflix, Spotify and Office 365, subscription-based services are swiftly taking over all facets of our economy – including the built environment.

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