1. A person that practices the concept of sharing.
2. A person that is willing to accept the concept of sharing our planet and all its resources with others.
3. A concept of business development that shares the rewards with the actual users of the product.
Of course, there is no meaning in any dictionary for the word “sharzter”. But, if you Google sharzter, this website will be listed as the first returned search because no one has ever used this word until now.
You should all be familiar with the concept of sharing! It is probably the first thing we actually teach our children.
The sharing economy is growing so fast that it will account for half of the world’s GDP in 10 years.
The travel sharing economy has unique potential in developing markets. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, tourist arrivals in emerging economies are projected to grow by 4.4 percent annually. Tourism is among the top two sources of export earnings in 20 of the world’s 48 least developed countries, and in some of these countries, especially small island states, it can account for over 25 percent of GDP.
Amazon was founded in 1994, and eBay the following year, they harnessed the connectivity of the Internet to create new, more efficient markets. Originally, that meant new ways of buying and selling books and collectibles; but now e-commerce is everywhere. Airbnb, Uber and other sharing platforms offering customers everything from vacations, transportation and new and used goods are slowly coming into their own, and soon their services will be ubiquitous.