Rachel Botsman, author of “What’s Mine Is Yours”, and Julian Morrow look at collaborative consumption and the new ways of turning your stuff into cash.
In this Q&A with FastCompany, Rachel talks about technology's impact on trust and leadership. More
In this episode, TED speakers explore our relationship with trust. Speakers featured are Charles Hazlewood, Simon Sinek, Rachel Botsman and more. More
Can ICT change how we define value and interact with money? On The Money is the fourth documentary film in the Networked Society series. This time we look at money systems and how connectivity is creating a new game when it comes to trading — both in value and trust. We visit Uganda to find a nation where cash is no longer king. More
In this documentary from Vpro Tegenlicht, Rachel discusses the opportunities and dangers in the sharing economy. Original Source: Vpro
Listen to Leo von Bülow-Quirk, Chartwell’s Europe MD, in conversation with Rachel Botsman, a global thought leader and influential theorist on the sharing economy and collaborative consumption.
Millions of people are earning money from sharing skills, rooms, cars & more. Rachel Botsman explains the implications.
AMP spoke with Rachel to understand what makes ‘collaborative consumption’ different from older economic models.
The ‘sharing economy’ is seeing people share rooms, clothes, cars, and even pets as they find creative ways to make and save money, although critics warn that entire industries are being undermined. Watch video on ABC
Disruptive, brazen, and overall brilliant, the (possibly illegal) home-sharing empire has become the biggest lodging provider on Earth–earning it the title of Inc.’s 2014 Company of the Year. Rachel Botsman comments on why peer travel is the ‘new normal’.
Just as peer-to-peer businesses like eBay allow anyone to become a retailer, sharing sites let individuals act as an ad hoc taxi service, car-hire firm or boutique hotel as and when it suits them. The Economist Reports…
Julian Morrow and collaborative consumption expert Rachel Botsman examine the emerging industry of ‘Peer to Peer Finance’ which lets you borrow money securely from strangers instead of banks.
Capgemini Consulting spoke with Rachel to understand how companies should adapt their business models for this new collaborative economy.
“Collaborative economy is summarized in the axiom that-what’s mine is yours, in return for a small consideration” according to Rachel Botsman, author of “What’s Mine Is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption is Changing the Way We Live”
Can ICT change how we define value and interact with money? On The Money is the fourth documentary film in the Networked Society series. This time we look at money systems and how connectivity is creating a new game when it comes to trading — both in value and trust. We visit Uganda to find a nation where cash is no longer king.