By Nick Aster | March 27th, 2012 3 Comments The question: Should Airbnb users be forced to pay the same 15% room tax that standard hotels pay? Background: Those of you who have been following the evolution of the access economy are likely big fans of …
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Co-Working and the Sharing Economy Converge in Short-Term Home Office Rentals
The growth of short-term home office rentals poses yet another potential threat to hotels' traditional stronghold on meeting and event, or alternative work spaces. Smart hotels should, like Ian Schrager recently suggested, start thinking about getting into the co-working game to convert potentially empty, unbooked meeting spaces.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | 5 years ago
Singapore Is Getting Tougher on the Sharing Economy Brands It Once Embraced
Cities have often been the underdogs when it comes to working with sharing economy brands. It's nice to see them use what they've learned to their own, and their citizens', advantage.
Fathin Ungku and Jeremy Wagstaff, Reuters | 5 years ago