Pieter van de Glind, co-founder of the Dutch knowledge and network organisation for the collaborative (sharing) economy "shareNL", shared his views on the future of the sharing economy in urban areas. Van de Glind offered examples of sharing economy ecosystems all around the globe. Moreover, he showcased how ideas from the sharing economy are increasingly shaping the physical and social architecture of urban areas and gradually being adopted by policy makers.
Pieter van de Glind gave this keynote as part of the 4th symposium of the research project “i-share: The sharing economy’s impact in Germany” that is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The symposium took place at the Hertie School of Governance on 26 April 2018.
Learn more about the i-share project: https://www.i-share-economy.org/en