Sharing Economy Movement Thrives Globally, States BuddeComm in Its Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

23 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The ‘sharing economy’ movement is thriving and both corporations and citizens have accepted that well-known business models like Airbnb and Uber seem to become a normal practice. This has urged the conventional industries with vested interests in these marketplaces to realign their own business models and competitive strategies keeping the sharing economy in mind. This had commonly led to the profit margins in the primary stages of the sharing economy to have either shrunk or remained flat.

Considering the increase in mobile and internet users alone, it is small surprise that m-commerce and e-commerce businesses are prospering worldwide. Online spending is turning out to be strong and even rapidly increasing in the majority of markets. The APAC region, particularly, is deemed to be a major area for future growth. Still, here is a split taking place with a number of the world’s poorest economies still unable to access appropriate digital infrastructure to get to such services.

Through 2017 m-commerce is poised for faster growth than e-commerce. Several large markets, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan and the UK, are likely to see their m-commerce market rapidly growing, including.

Two fields of the sharing economy that continue to necessitate resolution comprise issues pertaining to regulatory frameworks and insurances. With an increase in high-speed broadband internet services, the digital economy has been showing robust growth again.

Topical report “Global Digital and Sharing Economy - The E-commerce and M-Commerce Transformation” elaborated by BuddeComm sheds light on the maturing digital sharing economy worldwide. The study casts light on the sharing and networking economy, global trends in the e-commerce, e-payments and m-commerce trends, e-education and e-government and e-health sectors. The report examines the mobile and online advertising marketplace, covering changes in digital advertising, leading online advertising categories, mobile advertising, market trends, Internet media companies, and more. Detailed examples, all-round analyses and reliable statistics can be found in the publication.

More market research studies by our partner are available at BuddeComm page. 

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