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Posts tagged with Sharing Economy

What does the rating you give to your Uber driver say about the future of human interaction?

On Friday, the new series of Black Mirror hit Netflix, and with social media and virtual reality gaming the topics of the first two episodes, I’m trying to count it as ‘important work-related viewing’. 

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How will crowdsourcing and the sharing economy develop in the next five years?

Crowdsourcing and the sharing economy are driving a huge amount of change and disruption in business at the moment.

Uber and Airbnb are two of the most obvious examples, growing into billion dollar companies on the back of the crowd.

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The sharing economy: 40+ peer-to-peer start-ups

Peer-to-peer services are starting to mess things up for real.

Which industries are next to be disrupted by the sharing economy? Will we cease to ‘own stuff’?

Whether you’ve only just heard about Airbnb, or are actively sharing your pride and joy via RelayRides, this is a disruptive business model that is expanding every quarter.

As Rachel Botsman eloquently puts it, many are learning to

  • Trust in strangers.
  • Value access over ownership.
  • Value experiences over owning stuff.

If you want hard numbers, Forbes magazine has estimated total revenues across the sharing and P2P companies could reach $3.5bn by 2014, with growth exceeding 25%.

So, here’s a decent sized list of companies focused on collaborative consumption, along with some warning shots, or notes of opposition from more traditional quarters. Once you’ve scrolled to the bottom, you’ll realise just how many of these companies there are.

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