Using our favourite “World Café” discussion format you will leave connected to other participants and be able to share your own knowledge about how to engage further in the “Sharing economy”.
When & Where
The People Who Share
The People Who Share is an exciting social enterprise, the campaign for a Sharing Economy. Founders of Global Sharing Day we are dedicated to reshaping the world through sharing, harnessing the power of reciprocity to create a happier, healthier and more sustainable future.
We make sharing fun, affordable, easy and accessible for all, connecting sharing online with offline events and campaigns. We are the central hub, the champions of the Sharing Economy.
We believe in a connected world of collaborative lifestyles and cohesive communities, where people come together to share the life they love and live the life they want by sharing cars, skills, knowledge, time, homes, gardens, clothes…. the opportunities are endless. Our goal is to unlock the sharing potential in every person, in every home and in every street. What will you share?
Responsible 100 identifies businesses which:
• Answer questions which examine a range of social, environmental and ethical issues affecting business and wider society;
• Guarantee their answers as complete, accurate and verifiable; and
• Publish those answers on www.responsible100.com for public scrutiny, comment and rating.
Any company may join Responsible 100 irrespective of its size, sector or location and regardless of whether it has pursued responsible practices for many years or is considering doing so for the first time. Its founding businesses range from giants such as Legal & General and Nationwide Building Society, to well-known brands such as Pukka Herbs and Neal’s Yard Remedies, to small and start-up businesses such as The People Who Share and Compare and Share. The questions [http://www.responsible100.com/questionnaire.php] posed by Responsible 100 have been developed with experts from business, NGOs, campaign groups, trade unions, professional bodies, academia and indeed wherever expertise may exist. Its newest question [link] examines business involvement in, and support for, the Sharing Economy and has been developed with The People Who Share amongst other sharing experts.
Compare and Share
Compare and Share are world leading Sharing Economy experts helping people and businesses to access the Sharing Economy. We operate the world’s first comparison marketplace of the Sharing Economy, compareandshare.com and a comprehensive global directory of sharing services, businesses and organisations. We enable the growth of the Sharing Economy by offering businesses Sharing Economy consultancy, technology and industry services through our network of partners and affiliates. Our vision is to open up the Sharing Economy, like eBay opened up the second-hand goods market, making it accessible to millions around the world.