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Sharing Economy : Why Should You be a Part of It.

Updated: Sep 29, 2022

Peer to Peer platform services have been on rise only in the past decade, the availability of innovative technology and high speed communication is enabling entrepreneurs to efficiently in an organized manner deliver services to millions of users all over the world.

The concept of sharing economy can be easily understood by learning how the pioneers of this sector Airbnb and Uber exist, and why the world is moving towards peer to peer networks. Airbnb and Uber provides many advantages at comparatively lower prices for consumers and a high focus on customer experience with a clear benefit for the “Hosts” or the “Driver-partner” and provides new financial opportunities for more and more people which has in turned increased the total demand for people with the requisite skills to earn, in that case as a host or as a driver partner. The Sharing economy has certainly been popularized by Airbnb and Uber, which have experienced remarkable growth on are already looking to scale up in future. Some projections put this sector’s projection at $335 billion revenue by 2025 globally.

The startup burst globally has inspired more and more entrepreneurs to choose to be a part of the sharing economy. More and more people are now opting alternate work options like freelancing, individual business through social media platforms like Instagram and facebook, and truly are leveraging from the sharing economy.

Coworking spaces provide an amazing platform to take advantage and leverage of the sharing economy. A service which is based on four pillars of community, collaboration, accessibility and sustainability gives freelancers, startups, solopreneurs or anyone who wish to choose to work from a community based shared workspace driven by networking and innovation and fosters collaborations over competition. Coworking spaces doesn’t only inspire independence and freedom in its open shared office setting, but also allows you to work from anywhere in world.

This new flexible working styles, in terms of where and when work is completed, are calling into question the very purpose of a traditional office.

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