By now, you’ve probably heard about the collaborative economy, but may not understand exactly what it is, why it matters to your business, how it’s already disrupting established business models, or how and why your business will need to evolve in order to remain relevant.
In his recent Le Web Paris keynote, Crowd Companies founder and Silicon Valley Analyst Jeremiah Owyang, addressed each of those very questions, and explained why the collaborative economy is the natural evolution of social – from sharing media to sharing goods, services, money, space and resources. We highly recommend you take the time to watch the video of Jeremiah’s keynote embedded below and then ask yourself the question – is your company ready for the next ten years?
In February 2014, Social: IRL and Jeremiah Owyang will co-host The Resilient Summit, a two-day conference exploring key issues surrounding the collaborative economy. The summit will take place in Kansas City, with attendees registered from across the United States as well as Canada and Europe. We invite you to join us for a unique opportunity to gain insights on this critical topic from Jeremiah and other industry leaders, and to go beyond typical keynote presentations to a highly engaged conversation focused on asking and answering some of the most difficult questions, and together developing actionable insights.