3rd event in Lublin (Poland) - "The business of tomorrow - how the sharing economy affects our daily lives"
The last local event organized by Lublin Development Foundation (LDF) was held on 6th in Warsaw.
The main goal of the event was tosummarize the project implementation and present the project’s participants success stories and case studies. During the meeting there were presented the trends in sharing economy, innovative business model for start-ups and possibilities of supporting initiatives based on the sharing economy model.
The event started with a summary of the objectives, activities and results of the SharEEN project. Then the innovation "on demand" - trends in sharing the economy - was presented. Two project participants then presented their case studies/success stories, including experiences from the "SHAREway2event" conference and B2B meetings in Rome in 2019. The final part of the event was a panel discussion with the participation of invited experts and stakeholders. The main topic was how to support the economy of sharing. It was an opportunity to collect and exchange experiences presented from different points of view (start ups and business , administration, science).
Thanks to the invited representative of the "SharON" project, there was able to share with the audience another method of supporting initiatives in the field of shared economy, including the model of the acceleration program.
SharEEN is an European pilot project on “Opportunities for European Entrepreneurs in the Sharing Economy”, co-funded by the European Commission under the Call: 251-G-GRO-PPA-16-9953. Grant agreement SI2.763745. The objective of SharEEN is to identify and link-up with collaborative economy platforms, exchange experience with all relevant stakeholders and help European SMEs, social enterprises and other relevant actors to exploit the opportunities offered by the sharing economy. In particular, the project aims at building knowledge and capacity among Enterprise Europe Network partners’ staff and other stakeholders on sharing economy, and help them define and deploy supporting services for their SMEs.
SharEEN map of regional sharing economy initiatives
The map is based on the results of the surveying activity carried out by the SharEEN project in 2018. It includes a brief geo-referenced description of a set of sharing economy initiatives, platforms and companies, operating in the eight European regions covered by the project.