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SHARING ECONOMY GLOBAL SUMMIT

The Sharing Economy Global Summit is the most comprehensive source of education, networking and information sharing for the global sharing economy. It's the first and only event of its kind that brings sharing economy industry groups - and their members - from all over the world, including Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North Africa and North America, together to learn strategies and tactics tested and vetted through real-world, startup experiences. 

The next Sharing Economy Global Summit will be hosted February 5-6, 2020, at Lloyd's of London, the original insurance marketplace, and will welcome all stakeholders from the sharing economy ecosystem, including industry groups, startups, investors and government agencies and officials. Attendees from across the globe will have a unique opportunity to learn strategies and tactics tested and vetted through real-world startup applications and experiences.  

 

Organized along three distinct tracks (property, services and transportation), the Sharing Economy Global Summit offers programming and resources from experts focused on trust and safety, digital identity, screening, payments and fraud prevention, data privacy and cybersecurity, compliance and regulatory, legal and insurance, product, technology and innovation. The content is designed to equip the sharing economy industry groups and startups with effective risk management and legal strategies that will enable them to launch, grow and, ultimately, exit successfully.

 

Because the Sharing Economy Global Summit is organized by sharing economy industry groups from around the world, the content is relevant, practical and useful for multinational startups. In addition, these sharing economy industry groups offer resources for startups by facilitating market expansion through transnational collaboration, including support navigating government agencies, local regulation, upcoming and pending legislation and socio-political environments.

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