tech.co – Mattermark ranked the five fastest-growing Series D startups from last year in its Startup Traction Report, and the top three are all services in the sharing economy.
The sharing economy refers to goods or services that are rented or borrowed among people, rather than used by solely one person. Users can share apartments, cars, and music, or even online staff and money (crowdfunding). PwC estimated that the sharing economy will be worth $335 billion in 2025, catching up with the traditional rental industry.
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