Spend an afternoon with Alain de Botton, Rachel Botsman, Simon Longstaff, Stu Hunter and Louise Herron who will explore how businesses can better bridge the gap between the need for profit and the deeper human and emotional needs of their staff and customers. Rachel will be talking collaboration and trust. Purchase tickets on TSOL
What's mine is yours
A ground-breaking book, What’s Mine is Yours defines the theory of "collaborative consumption," and explains how it is transforming the traditional landscape of business and society. It charts the rise of leading companies such as Airbnb, LendingClub and RelayRides that uses digital technologies to enable the sharing and exchange of all kinds of assets from spaces to skills to 'stuff' in ways that represent a new era of trust. Buy the book
Digital technologies are changing how and whom we trust in ways that are disrupting many industries. Rachel explains why the currency of the new economy is trust and how we need to think differently about client experiences to build meaningful relationships and loyalty. Watch
As a part of WIRED World 2016, the stand-alone issue for the magazine where it gives readers insights into the year ahead, Rachel goes into how online person-to-person interactions are setting the stage for more honest offline human behaviour. Read More
How is Lydia Gilbert creating a radically different shopping experience for plus-size women with her start-up Dia&CO?
This session explores the tensions inherent in the rise of the “collaborative” or “sharing” economy with regard to the nature of how people work.
Five years since her talk about the sharing economy at the RSA, Rachel returns to look back on the evolution of the sector. She reflects on what she got right and what she never saw coming and discusses where it’s heading next.
How is Daniel Gandesha trying to democratise property investment with his company, Property Partner?
How is Josh Tetrick trying to crack the broken egg industry with his company, Hampton Creek? Learn about Josh’s plant-based approach to food production and how he plans to save the the planet.
How will Patients Like Me, an online platform that allows patients to share their health data, transform research and the healthcare industry?
Learn more about Gabriella and her view point of how to reimagine cities in this monthly column in the Australian Financial Review, “Industry Hackers”, which explores the mindset of pioneers and entrepreneurs who see the world differently.
As a part of WIRED World 2016, the stand-alone issue for the magazine where it gives readers insights into the year ahead, Rachel goes into how online person-to-person interactions are setting the stage for more honest offline human behaviour.
This case study, prepared for the Collaborative Economy course taught by Rachel Botsman at Said Business School, aims to answer what makes Airbnb a revolutionary travel company. What values are embedded into its culture that guide the company in handling tough management and trust debacles and help it stay focused while growing at an exponential rate?
Why did Yoni Assia, the 34-year-old founder of eToro get hooked on trading at the age of 13? What are his plans to make the world a better place? Learn more about Yoni and what makes him tick in this new monthly column in the Australian Financial Review, “Industry Hackers”.
In the session “The Trust Shift” at the 2015 Drucker Forum, Rachel explains the critical role technology-facilitated trust plays in enabling people to be open to new ideas and other people.