The Sharing Economy

Industry Disruptors [infographic]

Technology continues to change how consumers spend money. The way in which we buy and sell products and use integrated services has advanced in recent years due to the industry disruptors.

Companies like Uber, Airbnb and Netflix have transformed our consumption patterns, and as these technological platforms progress, we continue to move towards a Sharing Economy. There has been significant innovation throughout various industries; Transportation, Retail, Media, Food, Financials, Travel and Leisure. A recent example of potential major disruption in the grocery space is the Amazon-Whole Foods acquisition, which will stir up the grocery business.

The infographic below illustrates how the sharing economy has impacted several sectors of the economy. 


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