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Tuesday, May 6 • 09:30 - 10:15
Hyperlocal Stuff Sharing: How To Make It Work

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Is hyper-local the new global? In this panel we will hear lessons and insights from three successful neighbourhood sharing and exchange platforms on how they tackle scale while staying true to their mission, and why hyper-local platforms are the critical to the success of the collaborative economy. 

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Lauren Anderson

Chief Knowledge Officer, Collaborative Lab
Lauren Anderson has played an instrumental role in building the global collaborative consumption movement. Over the past three years, she has been a vital source of strategic knowledge and market insights for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and government leaders; identifying technology, regulatory and consumer shifts and the implications for the space. Lauren has built a global network of ambassadors across 25 countries to share best... Read More →

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Tess Riley

Marketing and Communications, Streetbank
I'm passionate about community and the ability of projects like Streetbank - the UK's largest neighbourhood sharing website - to bring people together. The sharing economy enables us to build a different paradigm based on respect for the environment, support for local communities and desire for happier, healthier ways of doing things. I'm delighted that Streetbank is helping make that a reality.
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Daan Weddepohl

CEO, Peerby
I love technology and I love people. I find it amazing that that i’m able to use technology to bring people together. Peerby gives people an excuse to ring their neighbours doorbell and help each other out; Two strangers meeting for the very first time. It’s how human relationships begin.
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Adam Werbach

co-founder, head of product, yerdle
Doing my small part to protect the planet.

Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:30 - 10:15
02 The Camp

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