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Collaborative economy: a new economic paradigm

Companies are facing new issues: Shortened lifetime of products/ideas, increased need for flexibility and the need to offer a wider range of products/solutions to their customers.

More skills and more equipments

To face these issues, they would need an extremely wide range of skills and equipments.

This is impossible, as most of these skills and equipments are very expensive to get and belong to very specific fields.

A way to face these needs could be to share and exchange tools and skills

BUT it si not easy

It’s difficult to exchange expensive and critical tools to others (what happens if they are broken? How can you quote a price for these?)

Collaborative Economiy (or Sharing Economy) can help companies to face these issues

Sharing Economy is an economical field based on “availability” instead of the “possession” of skills and tools and Sharing Economy can give the theoric framework within it’s possible to find ways to solve these specific issues.

Our solution

A – help companies to put in the B2B market their tools

B – help companies to put in the B2B market their skills

C – help companies to find in the B2B market tools they need

D – help companies to find in the B2B market skills they need

E – help startups to have a workspace AND the access to tools and skills

As we need to let people to interact and create a mutual trust and at the same time they need a way to share tools and equipments.

We are going to create a NETWORK of Companies which want to SHARE tools, equipments and skills and a NETWORK of Companies which want to USE tools, equipments and skills. A company can belong both to these two networks, as one can both share and use resources.