The sharing economy has the potential to make our lives easier and our communities more affordable. The sector is also ripe for exploitation and a source of risk for both participants and service providers. To ensure that consumers have access to safe, trustworthy services and that service providers are protected, it is important to understand how trust can be built in the sharing economy ecosystem.
Trust & safety are among the most important factors in any peer-to-peer exchange or marketplace. When establishing trust, the focus is on several core building blocks: clear policies outlining what should and shouldn’t be shared; effective procedures for assessing if a service provider and user are trustworthy; reliable systems that monitor risk; and an organizational culture that encourages reporting suspicious activity.
There’s no doubt that this is a complex matter that has enormous implications if you don’t get it right. So why go it alone? The Sharing Economy Global Summit (Oct. 11-13, London) is designed to address your trust & safety concerns by giving you direct access to experts who have already solved the challenges you face.
Here are 5 trust & safety sessions featured at this year’s global summit:
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