Collaborative consumption, the idea that technology allows us to lend, swap, borrow or barter stuff, rather than own it, has been dubbed by Time magazine as one of the “10 ideas that will change the world”. But, thanks to ideas like crowdfunding and platforms like Kickstarter, the sharing economy is not just about collaborative consumption; it’s also about collaborative creation.
Barter, trade, crowd funding, collaborative consumption – whatever terminology you choose – is not a new concept in doing business. Trade has been a staple of community economic life for eons and is finding a renewal today, becoming a major option to cash in furnishing homes, supplying services, providing vacation options and feeding people.
To celebrate our fifth birthday we’ll be hosting The Pop-Up City Live, an experimental event for urban innovators in Amsterdam on Tuesday May 21st where we will bring The Pop-Up City to life on stage! One of the themes of that night will be the emerging trend of community currencies and informal economic models.
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