|The best and simplest app for sharing food. PLUS is sharing the new buying?|
Monday, 7th July 2014
Source : Piqniq
|Peek into your friends kitchen, and show yours - |
Food brings people together, when you share it, that's the idea pushing our small and nimble team ahead.
We are driven to make Piqniq the worlds best and simpliest food sharing app. We also believe in it's power to create happier, friendlier, more open communities wherever people decide to use it.
We're a bunch of fun people split between Budapest and San Francisco. Want to meet us? Let's have coffee if you're in town.
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Is Sharing the New Buying? By Nielsen
From power tools to bikes, to electronics and even to cars, people around the globe are leveraging the unused capacity of things they already own or services they can provide for a profit.
Welcome to the share economy, also known as collaborative consumption and peer-to-peer rental arrangements.
The consumer rental market is worth an estimated $26 billion, according to Rachel Botsman, a global thought leader on the power of collaboration and sharing through digital technologies.
A down economy, coupled with the ease of use and reliability of the Internet, has given rise to a network of part-time entrepreneurs who are turning personal assets into income. And more than two-thirds of global respondents (68%) are willing to join this shared community.
But does a sharing economy create new value or does it disrupt existing businesses? The answer is both, which can be good news for everyone involved.
The cornerstone of success, however, is built on a foundation of reputation and trust—the new currency.
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