Forget the “Sharing Economy”. Watch for Disruptors in Access vs. Ownership Businesses. (Tech Strategy – Podcast 206)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeff Towson delves into the dynamic landscape of access vs. ownership businesses, highlighting how companies are reshaping consumer behavior and redefining market norms. From transportation to accommodation, the sharing economy has paved the way for disruptive innovators, challenging conventional ownership models and transforming industries at a rapid pace. Tune in to explore the strategies behind these disruptors and gain insights into the future of access-based business models.

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5 Questions for Identifying Disruptive “Access Businesses” Such as Uber, Didi, and Airbnb (2 of 2) (Tech Strategy)

Companies like Uber, Airbnb, Didi, and Mobike have disrupted traditional business models. These digital disruptors use innovation strategies that leverage smartphones, mobile payments, and low prices to redefine convenience and supply. By answering five critical questions, digital strategy consultant Jeffrey Towson details their competitive advantages and impact on consumer behavior.

Forget the Term “Sharing Economy”. Think Access vs. Ownership Businesses. (1 of 2) (Tech Strategy)

In Jeff Towson’s insightful analysis, discover why labeling Didi, Mobike, and others as part of a “new” Chinese sharing economy is misleading. These market giants are not pioneering a novel concept but rather embody classic disruptors, reshaping traditional industries with their innovative models. Understanding their strategies is crucial in decoding the dynamics of China’s ever-evolving market landscape.

There Is No New Chinese Sharing Economy (Video)

My latest video on China’s sharing economy. Shot in Thailand. Link here.   Music is: Sunburst by Tobu & Itro Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0… ———-