Nano Size Me: The Currency of Sharing
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The “Sharing Economy” is not new – hundreds of years ago humans had systems of bartering and trading; now we have Etsy and HomeAway, and the ability to find exactly what we want or create exactly what someone else wants.
This economic model is here to stay, so what is next? And how does digital play a role? Can anyone be a “micropreneur” these days? How does this impact business models for Fortune 500 companies.
Sponsored by Hill+Knowlton Strategies
Dir of Public Policy
Co-Founder & Founding Exec Dir
Noah Karesh is an innovative food enthusiast, technology lover and entrepreneur. He is obsessed with building products that create disruption and provide value. From a social media driven taco stand in the Middle East, to a highly praised pop-up cafe in D.C. (Blind Dog Cafe), to his current startup Feastly, Noah uses creative dining concepts to build community around the world.
Noah is the founder and CEO of Feastly, a p2p platform that connects hungry eaters with passionate cooks, who offer food-based experiences in a cook’s home (or other locations). Feastly’s mission is to democratize dining and allow Feasters to find and attend home cooked meals all over the world. As a community based hospitality company, Feastly is rebuilding social capital one home-cooked meal at a time.