[Video] Shared Economy Discussion

[Video] Shared Economy Discussion

Discover the explosive growth of the shared economy! From its beginnings in 2014 with $14 billion in revenue, this thriving industry is projected to reach a staggering $335 billion by 2025. Get ready to dive deep into the world of the shared economy with Kim Dandrea and Peter Piotrowski. They will be discussing the hottest trends and the latest developments in this exciting field. You’re probably familiar with big names like Airbnb, VRBO, Uber, and Lyft, but have you heard of Turo, Boatsetter, Outdoorsy, Swimply, and Sniffspot? If these names are new to you, don’t worry! Join us for their insightful discussion and gain a better understanding of the vast array of shared economy services available!

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