Bienvenue sur Wikico - Le wiki de la Consommation Collaborative (CC). La consommation collaborative et plus largement l'économie collaborative désigne un nouveau modèle économique où l’utilisation et l’accès aux objets, services et savoirs est plus important que la possession en elle-même : l'usage d'un bien, service, privilège, peut être augmenté par le partage, l'échange, le troc, la vente ou la location de celui-ci. La consommation collaborative bouscule les anciens modèles économiques en changeant non pas ce que les gens consomment mais la manière dont ils le consomment, ainsi que leur impact sur la société et l'environnement. Cet espace collaboratif, encore en stade embryonnaire, est donc dédié à la découverte de toutes ces initiatives disponibles sur le Web. Naviguez parmi les catégories ci-dessous et explorez les sites proposant leur vision de l'économie collaborative. Wikico Wikico
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Revue de presse “Part cultural critique and part practical guide to the fledgling collaborative consumption market, the book provides a wealth of information for consumers looking to redefine their relationships with both the things they use and the communities they live in.” (—Publishers Weekly) “Collaborative consumption is an ideal signalling device for an economy based on electronic brands and ever-changing fashions.” (—The Economist) What's Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption: Amazon.fr: Rachel Botsman, Roo Rogers: Livres anglais et étrangers What's Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption: Amazon.fr: Rachel Botsman, Roo Rogers: Livres anglais et étrangers
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Review "Lisa Gansky sees around corners and describes a future that seems impossible...until you realize that it's imminent. The Mesh is a very big idea." The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing (9781591843719): Lisa Gansky The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing (9781591843719): Lisa Gansky
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A Creative Community for the Collaborative Economy

A Creative Community for the Collaborative Economy

It all started in 2010, when Antonin Léonard was blogging about collaborative consumption in French. Little did he know that this was the beginning of the organization we now call OuiShare – a network of people with common values, which have finally been summarized in a manifesto. In its early stages, the OuiShare community was a Facebook group created by Antonin in April 2011 to connect people who believed in the potential of the collaborative economy and were trying to make it a reality.
Seats2Meet Offers Hard Data on the Serendipity of coworking by Shareable #Coworking continues to rise in popularity across the globe, especially among freelancers and startups who want the benefits of community without the hassle and cost ...of negotiating leases and building out spaces. According to the 2013 Global Coworking Census, nearly 2,500 coworking sites in eighty countries existed as of February 2013, and that number is expected to grow as technology continues to evolve and facilitate new, more decentralized business models. Now, seats2meet.com (S2M), a Dutch workspace network that connects users, called “knowmads,” with each other and commercial spaces across cities in Europe, has developed some hard data on the value created by coworking spaces for the people and businesses who use them.

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Consommation Collaborative "Qu'il s'agisse de revendre des objets, d'acheter en première main ou d'occasion, de pratiquer le covoiturage, l'autopartage, le troc, la colocation, la consommation dite "collaborative" n'est plus un microphénomène : désormais, 48 % des Fr...ançais la pratiquent régulièrement et 32 % disent vouloir s'y mettre, quand 20 % y semblent réfractaires. Au total 8 Français sur 10 pratiquent ou ont l'intention de pratiquer cette nouvelle façon de consommer"See More