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The Sharing Economy

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Kelley Rajala

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Transcript of The Sharing Economy

FOOD SHARING
The Sharing Economy
SPACE SHARING
WORK SHARING
COOPERATIVES

STUFF SHARING
The Story of Stuff
Peer-to-peer Sharing
Tool Library
Car Sharing
Bike Sharing,
Kitchen share

Time shares
Couch Surfing
Air BNB
Cohousing

34,000 cities
190 countries
1.5 M listings
$850 M in revenue
Based on trust, transparency and human connection
Utilizes excess capacity
Allows ordinary people to be micro-entrepreneurs
Economic empowering & democracizing the economy - people centered
Better for the environment
Community resilience
Valued at billions of dollars
Where social media was 10 years ago
Very disruptive

"There are 80 million power drills in America that are used an average of 13 minutes,” says Chesky. “Does everyone really need their own drill?"
NYT, 7/21/13

A sustainable economic system built around the sharing of
human and physical assets.

Cowork Centers
Job Sharing
CSAs
Cow shares
Bread shares
Community gardens
Spin farming
Surplus sharing

Sharing Benefits & Responsibilities
Babysitting co-ops
Energy co-ops
Community funding & ownership
Crowdfunding
Barter & trade
Stuff swaps
By old metrics, sharing programs don't necessarily contribute to economic growth. But what if we use new "triple E" metrics -- time, happiness, trust, reduced impact, etc.
Now we are getting somewhere!
The Library: art, movies, pets, seeds, kitchen items, sporting goods, craft supplies, clothes....
Our work:
Made Local Maketplace:
shared retail, locally made
Share Space Cowork:
shared workspace
North Bay Made:
shared brand for more local production
Share Fair:
education, fun, exposure
Map Jam:
community resources
Share Exchange:
Sharing Library
An estimated 1.7 million car-sharing members in 27 countries (Uber: 8M, 68 countries)
Revenue will approach $1 billion in 2013 (Uber: $10M 2015)
Grow to $6.2 billion by 2020 with 12 million members worldwide
Carsharing can reduce car ownership from 15 owned vehicles to 1 shared
535 programs
2004
200,000 cities
12 million members
Connects travelers with a global network of people willing to share in profound and meaningful ways, making travel a truly social experience.
Collaborative housing in which residents actively participate in the design and operation of their own neighborhoods.
Residents are consciously committed to living as a community.
Shared risk, shared responsibility, building relationships
Co-op Power is a consumer-owned sustainable energy cooperative. We operate within a regional network of Local Organizing Councils to create a multi-class, multi-race movement for a sustainable and just energy future.
Global dollar value of the "Sharing Economy" is about
$26 billion
KELLEY RAJALA
kelley@shareexchange.coop
707-331-6850
Thank You!
Sharing means business!
THE SHARING ECONOMY:
THE SHARING ECONOMY
Kelley Rajala, 2/12/16
kelley@shareexchange.coop
707-331-6850
$335 B by 2025
In 2012
10,000!
in 2016
& NEW MODELS
12-14% average returns. $1,000 minimum investment.
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