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This presentation explains how the concepts of collaborative economy can be exploited during a period of fiancial crisis. ...

This presentation explains how the concepts of collaborative economy can be exploited during a period of fiancial crisis.
We show various successful ideas and applications that employ collaborative consumption to share resources, knowledge and experience, towards sustainability and reduction of expenses.

The question asked through the presentation is: can the sharing/collaborative economy be used to address the financial crisis? The presented applications indicate that the answer to this question is positive!

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  • 1. The Sharing EconomyCollaborative ConsumptionDr. Andreas Kamilaris
  • 2. Sharing Car Routes
  • 3. Sharing CarsCar usage across the U.S., Canada,and Western Europe is 8%,which means that over 90% of the time,this thing that costs us a lot of money isjust sitting around.The average person makes$250 a month renting
  • 4. Sharing LandA thriving community of more than55,000 growers, sharers andhelpers in 3 years
  • 5. Sharing Old Stuff1,428,327 Freegle membersin 377 reuse groups all over the UK
  • 6. Sharing even Money!
  • 7. Sharing, Sharing, Sharing
  • 8. Sharing, Sharing, Sharing
  • 9. Sharing, Sharing, Sharing
  • 10. Sharing can monetize!
  • 11. Sharing can monetize!
  • 12. Sharing can monetize!
  • 13. IncentivesFinancial CrisisThe Social WebEnvironmentalConcerns
  • 14. BenefitsLower CostsLess WasteCommunitySpiritAn entirely new generation ofbusinesses is popping upExtracting value out of the stuffwe already have.”Access to goods and skills is moreimportant than ownership of them
  • 15. BenefitsLower CostsLess WasteCommunitySpiritAn entirely new generation ofbusinesses is popping upExtracting value out of the stuffwe already have.”Access to goods and skills is moreimportant than ownership of them$110 Billion-plus Market!
  • 16. Sharing in Cyprus
  • 17. Some Ideas• Goods Exchange• Goods Navigator• Sharing land for installations of renewable energy sources• Locate and support local products• In-home Restaurants (“Paladar”)
  • 18. “Sharing platforms wont bankrupt big companies, but they could eat awaytheir business. If the people formerly known as consumers beginconsuming 10% less and peering 10% more, the effect on margins oftraditional corporations is going to be disproportionately greater.Which means certain industries have to rewire themselves, or prepare tosink into the quicksand of the past."
  • 19. Thank you!Andreas KamilarisContact me at: camel9@gmail.comWebsite: http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~akamil01/