Con Malta way a Malta per trasferire il tuo business, il paese migliore per il futuro e l’innovazione, con e-commerce, on-demand economy e sharing economy

Con Malta way a Malta per trasferire il tuo business , il paese migliore per il futuro e l’innovazione, con e-commerce, on-demand economy e sharing economy

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https://albertobalatti.wordpress.com/2014/12/30/workers-on-tap-in-a-on-demand-economy-that-is-in-many-ways-a-continuation-of-what-has-been-called-the-sharing-economy/

Workers on tap in a on-demand economy that is in many ways a continuation of what has been called the “sharing economy”

In San Francisco Uber can provide you with a chauffeur, Handy with a cleaner, SpoonRocket will deliver restaurant meals to your door and Instacart will keep your fridge stocked. And then there is the market for freelance consultants, lawyers and CEOs. Like mass production, this will change everything from the organisation of work to the nature of the social contract in a capitalist society

HANDY is creating a big business out of small jobs. The company finds its customers self-employed home-helps available in the right place and at the right time. All the householder needs is a credit card and a phone equipped with Handy’s app, and everything from spring cleaning to flat-pack-furniture assembly gets taken care of by “service pros” who earn an average of $18 an hour

The obvious inspiration for all this is Uber, a car service which was founded in San Francisco in 2009 and which already operates in 53 countries; insiders say it will have sales of more than $1 billion in 2014.

Using the now ubiquitous platform of the smartphone to deliver labour and services in a variety of new ways will challenge many of the fundamental assumptions of 20th-century capitalism, from the nature of the firm to the structure of careers.

The Los Angeles-based Business Talent Group provides bosses on tap for companies that want to tackle a specific problem without adding another senior executive to the payroll

The on-demand economy is the result of pairing that workforce with the smartphone, which now provides far more computing power than the desktop computers which reshaped companies in the 1990s, and to far more people

Firms make sense when the cost of organising things internally through hierarchies is less than the cost of buying things from the market; they are a way of dealing with the high transaction costs faced when you need to do something moderately complicated. Now that most people carry computers in their pockets which can keep them connected with each other, know where they are, understand their social network and so on, the transaction costs involved in finding people to do things can be pushed a long way down.

The on-demand economy is in many ways a continuation of what has been called the “sharing economy” exemplified by Airbnb, a company which turns apartments into guesthouses and their owners into hoteliers. For people with few assets, though, on-demand labour markets matter more

The aim of the on-demand companies is to exploit low transaction costs in a number of ways. One key is providing the sort of trust that encourages people to take a punt on the unfamiliar. On-demand companies like Handy provide customers with a guarantee that workers are competent and honest; Oisin Hanrahan, the company’s founder, says that more than 400,000 people have applied to join the platform, but only 3% of applicants get through its selection and vetting process

The knowledge economy is subject to the same forces as the industrial and service economies: routinisation, division of labour and contracting out. A striking proportion of professional knowledge can be turned into routine action, and the division of labour can bring big efficiencies to the knowledge economy. Topcoder can undercut its rivals by 75% by chopping projects into bite-sized chunks and offering them to its 300,000 freelance developers in 200 countries as a series of competitive challenges. Knowledge-intensive companies are already contracting out more work to the market, partly to save costs and partly to free up their cleverest workers to focus on the things that add the most value

The knowledge economy is subject to the same forces as the industrial and service economies: routinisation, division of labour and contracting out. A striking proportion of professional knowledge can be turned into routine action, and the division of labour can bring big efficiencies to the knowledge economy. Topcoder can undercut its rivals by 75% by chopping projects into bite-sized chunks and offering them to its 300,000 freelance developers in 200 countries as a series of competitive challenges. Knowledge-intensive companies are already contracting out more work to the market, partly to save costs and partly to free up their cleverest workers to focus on the things that add the most value

http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21637355-freelance-workers-available-moments-notice-will-reshape-nature-companies-and?fsrc=nlw|hig|30-12-2015|

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A sharing economy lifestyle. Analysts Tried Out Uber And Couldn’t Believe How Good It Was Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/morgan-stanley-analysts-visit-detroit-and-love-uber-2014-11#ixzz3J7MS3K1K

Now that Morgan Stanley allows employees to submit Uber and UberX journeys as reimbursable expenses, we may never use a traditional car service or rent-a-car again unless absolutely necessary

Uber drivers they encountered told them a similar story: Uber was the only job they could take that offered them enough flexibility to handle their other commitments. Regular jobs — with their rigid schedules — made it impossible for the drivers to take care of their kids, attend class, and renovate a house, respectively. Because Uber allows these people to earn wages they can’t normally, the team believe it may unlock some economic growth that is suppressed by more traditional jobs
Uber isn’t just a car-ride service. What makes it huge, and justifies its astonishing $17 billion valuation is a company, is that it’s basically a geographic supply-and-demand matching engine that guarantees a level of trust between strangers (because both driver and passenger can get the real identity of the other party, and both parties can rate and ultimately exclude the others from the system for bad behaviour.) It’s not just about cars, in other words. Uber’s software could be used for any transaction involving the physical exchange of goods or services between strangers who need to trust each other

http://www.businessinsider.com/morgan-stanley-analysts-visit-detroit-and-love-uber-2014-11

Con MALTAway a Malta per investire nell’immobiliare e trasformare i tuoi assets in un flusso di reddito con AIRBNB

Con MALTAway a Malta per investire nell’immobiliare e trasformare i tuoi assets in un flusso di reddito con AIRBNB

Trova la tua CASA MALTA

A Malta ZERO tassazione sulla proprietà immobiliare, ZERO tassa rifiuti, ZERO tassa di successione, domanda di affitto in costante crescita sia per il breve termine (vacanze e turismo) sia per il lungo termine (flussi migratori qualificati).

MALTAway è business alla luce del sole, fai un passo con noi nell’economia del futuro e vieni a investire, vivere e lavorare a Malta  anche usando il modello della sharing economy con AIRBNB

https://albertobalatti.wordpress.com/2014/11/04/airbnb-way-and-maltaway-the-biggest-asset-is-not-a-house-its-not-a-car-its-peoples-time-its-like-a-21st-century-job-tom-friedman-talks-about-how-in-the-future/

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MALTAway vuol dire anche “sharing economy” un concetto complesso ma che sta cambiando il mondo e lo status quo.

MALTAway vuol dire anche “sharing economy” un concetto complesso ma che sta cambiando il mondo e lo status quo.

MALTAway per la tua residenza, il business e gli investimenti a Malta, dove trovi infrastruttura tecnologica e ICT, finanziaria ma anche socio-culturale per la SHARING ECONOMY

Chiunque, deve essere nella condizione e possibilità di partecipare all’economia, esattamente come lo può fare un’azienda, una corporation.  Il vero significato di sharing economy è che ora una persona può diventare  in 60 secondi un micro imprenditore e partecipare alla crescita economica

Il concetto su cui si basano Uber, Airbnb, TaskRabbit e innumerevoli altre iniziative similari costruite su piattaforme tecnologiche, è che ogni individuo può contribuire allo sviluppo della società ricavandone una fonte di reddito.

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The sharing economy is a complicated concept but it changes the world. Everyone should be able to participate in the economy like a corporation, what the sharing economy really means is that now people in 60 seconds can be micro-entrepreneurs

The sharing economy is a complicated concept but it changes the world.

Everyone should be able to participate in the economy like a corporation, what the sharing economy really means is that now people in 60 seconds can be micro-entrepreneurs

The idea that Uber, Airbnb, TaskRabbit and countless others are running with is that anyone can contribute to society and make money doing it

http://www.businessinsider.com/airbnbs-ceo-explains-company-stephen-colbert-sharing-economy-2014-8

 

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