Summary of How the Internet Economy Changes the Rules, with Robin Chase

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How the Internet Economy Changes the Rules, with Robin Chase summary
What factors allow “capacity sharing” businesses like Zipcar and Airbnb to succeed?

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The global economy is undergoing upheaval. As the business terrain shifts, wouldn’t you like an experienced guide to help you negotiate the new collaborative economy? If so, you’ll enjoy this talk by Zipcar co-founder Robin Chase, who not only has succeeded in leveraging the new business milieu but has researched the factors that make her success replicable. Allow Chase to provide some helpful hints on how to monetize your excess capacity. getAbstract recommends her presentation to entrepreneurs and investors wishing to gain a foothold in the collaborative economy.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How the “Peers Inc” economic model is reshaping capitalism
  • What principles govern this sharing economy
  • How the Peers Inc model fosters growth and value creation
 

Summary

In 2000, Robin Chase co-founded Zipcar under a new business paradigm: “Peers Inc.” This model harnesses collaboration between individuals with “excess capacity” – “something that already exists, that’s already been paid for, but there ...
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About the Speaker

Transportation entrepreneur Robin Chase is a co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar.


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