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Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It

SHARING ECONOMY DISRUPTING LIFE AS WE KNOW IT 20% 400 Women only wear 20% of the clothes in their wardrobe The average American buys at least twice as many pieces of clothing as 20 years ago The number of years it can take for clothes to decompose in landfill IN THE SHARING ECONOMY YOU CAN. 90% off the retail price when renting RENT CLOTHING FROM A CO } ANY RENTTHERUNWAY love, wear. return. THE BLK TUX 19 H* } BUY CLOTHES FROM OTHER PEOPLE'S CLOSETS The number of items in an American woman's closet that she's ready to sell Mdresses POSHMARK PAY TO ACCESS (AND NOT OWN) FASHION } $15 FRESHJNECK ROCKSBOX The starting price per month for subscription tie rental 2.8blion 40% 133 bilion billion Amount of investment in food tech startups last year The percentage of food in the US that goes to billion The number of pounds of food thrown in the trash in the US each waste year IN THE SHARING ECONOMY YOU CAN.. } $200,000 HIRE A CHEF Amount top earning chefs earn per year on Kitchen- Surfing kitchtt KITCHENSURFING ORDER A MEAL FROM A NEIGHBOR } 8/10 People say that sharing makes them happy MEALA Shareyourmeal DINE IN SOMEONE ELSE'S HOME feastly 75% of people prefer to share meals EatWith 470 million 106 billion The number of cars Number of days a motorist spends in their life searching for parking spots on the world's roads Drivers would carpool, if possible IN THE SHARING ECONOMY YOU CAN.. 20- RENT A CAR FROM A COMPANY FOR HIRE For every rented car, 20 are taken off the road zipcar. enterprise } CARPOOL WITH OTHERS 74% of cars on the road are occupied by only 1 person Bla Bla Car CLICK. RIDE. SAVE 95% } Private cars sit idle 95% of the time BORROW SOMEONE ELSE'S CAR RelayRides Getaround PAY FOR A LIFT FROM PEOPLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY Imillion lyR Sidecar Lyft has given over 2 million rides let's collaborate! RA 2.

Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It

shared by visually on Jun 23
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The sharing economy has changed the way we consume goods and services. With $2.8 billion invested in food tech startups last year, there's no sign of this train slowing down.




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