LeWeb Deck: 2015 The Year of the Crowd

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  • I’m jereimah, founder of crowd companies

    I’m about to tell you why year 2015 will be the year of the crowd,

  • In nature, honeycombs are natures perfect geometric structures.

    There’s no waste between the cells and they can take a lot of weight –they’re efficient and resilient

    When many individuals come together, they can produce goodness for all.

    What a great metaphor for the collaborative economy

    Image Source: http://www.superbwallpapers.com/photography/honeycomb-21286/
  • This honeycomb, is OUR honeycomb

    It shows how we can get what we need from each other

    Let’s take a quick tour, starting with Goods on the upper right:

    Goods that are created by makers, loaner products, and selling of used goods

    Food like Fesatly, where home kitchens become restaurants to strangers

    Services like Taskrabbit or Odesk –an on demand workforce

    Transportation like BlaBla Car and Lyft

    Space, like Airbnb

    And money: The crowd has created a currency (bitcion) , offers P2P lending and finally crowdfundng which fuels the maker movement –connecting the diagram back to the top.

    *click*

    That was then, now let’s see how it’s grown

  • This honeycomb, is OUR honeycomb

    It shows how we can get what we need from each other

    Let’s take a quick tour, starting with Goods on the upper right:

    Goods that are created by makers, loaner products, and selling of used goods

    Food like Fesatly, where home kitchens become restaurants to strangers

    Services like Taskrabbit or Odesk –an on demand workforce

    Transportation like BlaBla Car and Lyft

    Space, like Airbnb

    And money: The crowd has created a currency (bitcion) , offers P2P lending and finally crowdfundng which fuels the maker movement –connecting the diagram back to the top.

    *click*

    That was then, now let’s see how it’s grown

  • “But now, it’s expanding“:

    Into six new areas:

    Healthcare
    Logistics
    Corporate
    Utilities
    Municipalities
    And even learning
  • Cohealo is Airbnb for Hotels
    Stat is the Uber of doctors

  • The crowd can delivery your groceries from Instacart

    City sellers You can store your stuff at your neighbors house on Roost
  • Near-Me enables companies to create their own marketplaces –so customers and employees can share resources among each other

    TwoGo enables corporations to help their own employees carpool to work

  • Wifi is being shared with FON here in Europe

    and Firechat was played a key role in enabling P2P communication when the internet was turned off at protesters

    Vandebron in Netherlands is an early player in P2P energy sharing
  • Even cities are impacted, in Municipalities

    Cities are sharing tractors and street sweepers with each other in MuniRent instead of buying anew

    Instead of police, individuals can order on demand safety as a service with Mustakteeer and Bannerman
  • Lastly, Even learning institutions are impacted as people shift

    Khan Academy is a free online university

    And there’s many p2P learning platforms like Skillshare and Maven
  • Let’s bring it together.
  • The collaborative economy impacts all areas of society.
  • Furthermore the movement has been funded over 8 billion –with no signs of slowing

    For comparison ,popular social networks have been funded 5.4 b
  • Most funding is in the transportation sector.

    Money, Space, quickly follow.
  • And you can see why the transpiration space has been so severely disrupted

    Here’s the headlines from SFGate

    These graphs speak for themselves….

  • Corporations aren’t standing by the wayside, they’re actively launching their own or partnering with startups

    Yes, big corporations are learning how to share.
  • In fact, my company, Crowd Companies is a council for these big corporations to come together to learn from each other –industry experts –and startups

    Launched one year ago, here at LeWeb

    Now, 48 Corporations

    100% member growth

    We’re accelerating European expansion
  • Startups to appear in every hex –funding and execution dictate winners

    APIS come, which spur analytics and suites

    A global debate on: Safety, Privacy, and Data Sharing will wage

    Crowd demands Open Software and Coop sharing

    The incumbents increase adoption –mainstreaming the movement.


  • Honeycombs provide a great deal of sweet gooeyness

    But expect tough sticky situations to emerge,

    This is why 2015 will be THE year of the corwd.


    Image Source: http://www.superbwallpapers.com/photography/honeycomb-21286/
  • LeWeb Deck: 2015 The Year of the Crowd

    1. 2015: The Year of the Crowd LeWeb | Dec 2014 | Jeremiah Owyang | @jowyang
    2. The Collaborative Economy impacts all areas of society
    3. The movement has been funded over $8 Billion 14
    4. Most funding is in the Transportation Sector 15
    5. Disruption, Liability Risks, and Hubris Abound “…65 percent of their business migrate to ride services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar…”
    6. Large corporations also ramp up adoption 17
    7. Crowd Companies Update • Launched one year ago, here at LeWeb • Now, 48 Corporations • 100% member growth • We’re accelerating European expansion
    8. FIVE PREDICTIONS: 1. Startups will emerge and overcrowd each hex in the honeycomb –yet funding and execution will dictate winners. 2. Mature platforms launch APIs –beyond Uber-- resulting in a flurry of growth, analytics, and Collab Economy software suites. 3. A global debate about user safety, online privacy, sharing of data will wage. 4. The crowd demands startups share value with people –new “open source” software and coops, emerges to offer a solution. 5. Disrupted governments and large corporations, realize they must adopt –mainstreaming the movement
    9. Welcome our panelists: Frédéric Mazzella Founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar Olivier Gremillon Director of Europe & Africa at Airbnb David Estrada VP of Government Relations at Lyft

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