Sharing economy is a term for a way of distributing goods and services, a way that differs from the traditional model of corporations hiring employees and selling products to consumers. In the sharing economy, individuals are said to rent or "share" things like their cars, homes and personal time to other individuals in a peer-to-peer fashion. There are two main types of sharing economy enterprises:

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  • Sharing economy is a term for a way of distributing goods and services, a way that differs from the traditional model of corporations hiring employees and selling products to consumers. In the sharing economy, individuals are said to rent or "share" things like their cars, homes and personal time to other individuals in a peer-to-peer fashion. There are two main types of sharing economy enterprises: * Commercial business models in which a company provides (for a fee) a mobile app that suppliers and customers use to buy and sell goods or services. * Not-for-profit initiatives, usually based on the concept of book-lending libraries, in which goods and services are provided for free or for a modest subscription. In commercial applications, the sharing economy can be more of an ideology or marketing strategy than an actual economic model; for example, the company Airbnb is described as a sharing economy platform for individuals to share extra space in their homes, but in reality the space is rented, not shared, and Airbnb listings are mostly owned by property management corporations. (en)
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  • Sharing economy is a term for a way of distributing goods and services, a way that differs from the traditional model of corporations hiring employees and selling products to consumers. In the sharing economy, individuals are said to rent or "share" things like their cars, homes and personal time to other individuals in a peer-to-peer fashion. There are two main types of sharing economy enterprises: (en)
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