A new wave is sweeping across developed countries and can make a big impact in Africa. For those who thought group buying was the last big goldmine in ecommerce, collaborative consumption has triggered a new and sustainable rush.
Collaborative Consumption describes the rapid explosion in swapping, sharing, bartering, trading and renting being reinvented through the latest technologies and peer-to-peer marketplaces in ways and on a scale never possible before.
"Recently, the newsletter from the folks at www.collaborativeconsumption.com hit my inbox. It was the first for the year and highlighted four areas to watch in the Collaborative Consumption space in 2012. No Australian examples made it into the list, so I thought I might take this opportunity to give the Aussie collcons space a bit of luuuurve!"
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