In the current world, based on the information society, it is increasingly difficult to find an attractive business niche. Therefore, the careful observation of social and economic transformation is more & more important. One of the new trends is sharing economy. Especially, representatives of the young generation, armed with new technology tools, popularize this idea.
By 2025, the generation of people born from 1984 to 1997, called Millennials, will constitute about 75% of the global labor supply market, with the highest current level of education. Facing the shrinking access to resources and infrastructure, the residents of smart cities join widely their forces, using solutions such as sharing vehicles – Uber or sharing residential spaces – Airbnb and recently also sharing the offices. Young Polish entrepreneurs found business opportunities in this area. Recently, a new innovative platform called ShareSpace.pl has emerged, it allows you to search for and book a working space by the days or hours in a shared office space, so called coworking. This may be a desk or dedicated office space with the possibility of using the joint reception, kitchen or conference rooms. ShareSpace.pl creates therefore a tool for supporting the development of small businesses, professionals and startups in Poland. In the country there are now over 150 offices offering short-term workspace rental in a shared office environment, and this number is constantly growing. The founders of the ShareSpace.pl platform – Robert Chmielewski and Marcin Dyszyński (photo) have used their knowledge acquired while studying at University College of London, their experience in the real estate market and ICT solutions, as well as the observation of the behavior of their generation. As an expert in marketing of new technologies I foresee the further rapid development of all applications based on sharing economy.
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