Sharing economy 101
You’ve heard of Taskrabbit, Couchsurfing and maybe some of the smaller platforms, but what is the sharing economy about? And why is it so important? This short animated video will answer the most pressing questions.
The Sharing Bros #12 - The Great Debrief
The Sharing Bros #12 - The Great DebriefWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “The final video of the Sharing Bros who aimed to travel 21.000km by only using the Sharing Economy. Listen to their cool story.”
Peer-2-Peer put into practice
Now we know what the collaborative economy is about, let’s see whether it actually works! These three friends put it to test and traveled 21.000 km by solely using sharing economy platforms and communities. They made a video log of their adventures and this is their final report.
Collaborative Cities: The Documentary (EN)
Collaborative Cities: The Documentary (EN)WHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Collaborative Cities is a documentary about sharing economy projects around cities in Europe and North America.”
Sharing communities and cities
Collaborative Cities is a worthwhile documentary featuring stories of people from Europe and North America who have come together to share resources, knowledge and/or facilities. Have you already heard of Park Slope Food Coop, KissKissBankBank or Not Far From The Tree?
An introduction to WeFarm
An introduction to WeFarmWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “See how a P2P platform is helping small scale farmers with no internet access in Africa and Latin America to improve their business”
Connecting knowledge without internet
Many of the sharing economy platforms rely on internet access, but what if you live in a remote area with no internet? The startup WeFarm connects 120.000(!) farmers from across Kenya, Uganda and Peru via smartphone to access and share vital agricultural information.
The Next Sharing Economy
The Next Sharing EconomyWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “The sharing economy has forgot about the sharing piece”
Criticism towards the current sharing economy
In the following video Janelle Orsi voices her concern with the current state of the sharing economy: “It seems we have forgotten about the sharing part”. She discusses two fatal design flaws of the larger sharing platforms.