Sharing Economy

Business Concept

The sharing economy is an economic model often defined as a peer-to-peer (P2P) based activity of acquiring, providing or sharing access to goods and services that are facilitated by a community based on-line platform.

Categories

Success Stories

Sharing Economy

Uber

Uber Technologies Inc. is a peer-to-peer ridesharing, food delivery, and transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California, with operations in 633 cities worldwide. Its platforms can be accessed via its websites and mobile apps.

Airbnb

Airbnb is an American company which operates an online marketplace and hospitality service for people to lease or rent short-term lodging including holiday cottages, apartments, homestays, hostel beds, or hotel rooms, to participate in or facilitate experiences related to tourism such as walking tours, and to make reservations at restaurants. The company does not own any real estate or conduct tours; it is a broker which receives percentage service fees in conjunction with every booking. Like all hospitality services, Airbnb is an example of collaborative consumption and sharing. The company has over 4 million lodging listings in 65,000 cities and 191 countries and has facilitated over 260 million check-ins.

WeWork

WeWork is an American company that provides shared workspaces, technology startup subculture communities, and services for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, small businesses and large enterprises. Founded in 2010, it is headquartered in New York City. WeWork has a current valuation of roughly US$20 billion and manages 10 million square feet of office space.

Gojek

GO-JEK is an Indonesian hyperlocal transport, logistics and payments startup founded in 2010. It is the first startup of Indonesian origin to be classified as a transport system company after closing a round of funding in August 2016. GO-JEK's fleet now exceeds 400,000 drivers and includes motorcycles, cars and trucks. It is the largest Unicorn company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. The company is valued at about $5 billion as of February, 2018. A survey revealed it as the most popular ride-hailing app in Indonesia.

Grab

Grab (formerly known as GrabTaxi) is a Singapore-based technology company that offers ride-hailing and logistics services through its app in Singapore and neighbouring Southeast Asian nations such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, and Cambodia.

TaskRabbit

TaskRabbit is an online and mobile marketplace that matches freelance labor with local demand, allowing consumers to find immediate help with everyday tasks, including cleaning, moving, delivery and handyman work. Founded in 2008 by Leah Busque, the company has received $37.7 million in funding to date and currently has tens of thousands of vetted, background-checked "Taskers" available to help consumers across a wide variety of categories. Busque founded TaskRabbit when she had no time to buy dog food, basing it on the idea of "neighbors helping neighbors".

Kaodim

The Kaodim group is the #1 services marketplace in Southeast Asia, providing a faster, more dependable way to hire services you need from plumbers to photographers.

Use of Technology

Mobile App Development


Java (Android)
Swift (Ios)

Web Development


JSON
XML
PHP
ASP.NET
Bootstrap
Jquery
 
Ajax

Database


MYSQL
MSSQL

Big Data Database


Mongo DB
Amazon Dynamo DB

Clients Base In

East Asia: China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea | South East Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam | Middle East: Iran, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Turkey | Europe: Austria, Germany, Denmark, Portugal, United Kingdom, Netherlands | North America: United States, Canada, Mexico | South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia