The Shared Economy: How To Capitalize in The Uber Era

The Shared Economy: How To Capitalize in The Uber Era WorkshopAs companies and organizations explore new ways to provide access to goods and services, the shared economy is a fast-emerging way in which business is conducted — with major implications for businesses and communities. But also for individual people who are seeking alternative ways to earn money.

This SCORE Workshop, presented in alliance with AARP’s Life Reimagined, introduces on the shared economy and ways it is creating new, previously unavailable opportunities to profit from underutilized resources such as excess inventory, spare living space, idle automobiles, or the labor of underemployed individuals.

Presenter Jean Chatzky, a financial journalist, author and motivational speaker, is joined by a representative from AARP’s Life Reimagined, to discuss the following:

  • Just what is the “shared economy” and the dynamics that drive it?
  • How it will impact the way consumers select products and services – and the way businesses sell them?
  • What opportunities and challenges will it create for businesses and independent workers?

CLICK HERE to take the “The Shared Economy: How To Capitalize in The Uber Era” Online Workshop, right now!

About the Presenter:
Jean Chatzky is an award-winning personal finance journalist, the financial editor for NBC’s TODAY Show and personal finance ambassador for AARP and Life Reimagined. Jean is a best-selling author who believes knowing how to manage our money is one of the most important life skills for people at every age and has made it her mission to help simplify money matters, increasing financial literacy both now and in the future. Jean is a regular contributor in the media and has appeared on Oprah, The View and more as well as in numerous publications including Fortune, More and Cosmopolitan. She provides regular personal finance information and insights at http://www.jeanchatzky.com.

Presented in Alliance With AARP’s Life Reimagined:
Life Reimagined, a wholly owned non-profit subsidiary of AARP is a one-of-a-kind online and live experience aimed at guiding millions of Americans through their life transitions by helping them discover new possibilities and connecting them with a community of people pursuing similar passions and goals.

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