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The on-demand economy has transformed the way consumers seek out services and has freed start-ups from the substantial costs of paying a vast network of employees.
Or perhaps you're partial to the on-demand economy or the access economy.
The debate over the on-demand economy isn't merely a legal question, however: Our collective failure to close the widening gap between technological innovation and social realities is responsible for much of the economic angst that dominated the 2016 election.
The on-demand economy is the first step and dominant players are
As the on-demand economy is now catching up quickly in the UAE, we want to stay in the forefront and provide our customers with a product that meets their lifestyle needs.
Buying insurance in this manner allows the ultimate freedom for those working in the on-demand economy to choose how, when and where to work, while transferring the burden of risk conveniently and affordably.
The sharing economy (also known as collaborative consumption, the on-demand economy, the peer economy, or the access economy), formed from the business model predicated on peer-to-peer transactions and popularized by such companies as Uber, Airbnb, and TaskRabbit, has grown exponentially in recent years.
Together with our other real estate partners--TIAA, Durst and RXR--we will fundamentally change the way that tenants consume real estate and related services in the on-demand economy.
Last July, she suggested that the on-demand economy, which includes companies like Uber and Airbnb, needed more workplace protections and regulations.
In today's on-demand economy, consumers have the entire world at their fingertips.
Stephanie Leffler said, "We offer both businesses and freelancers not only a user-friendly and comprehensive virtual work environment, but also the preparation, support and tools necessary to succeed in the new on-demand economy.
On-demand economy is defined as a new economic activity created and facilitated by tech companies, using digital technology.