26 Disruptive & Technology Trends 2016 – 2018 | Brian Solis

26 Disruptive & Technology Trends 2016 – 2018 | Brian Solis


Was there ever really a sharing economy if no one was actually sharing? The sharing economy officially dissolves: everything becomes on-demand and this forces economists and ultimately
businesses to understand new markets and workforces that create alternative supply based on rising demand.

On-demand companies and their ecosystems of workers and customers trade on the value of
reputation + trust + value. Beyond seeing the “Uber or Airbnb of everything,” new classes of
services will rise and fall based on new behavior and expectations. I also refer to this movement as the “selfish” economy in that consumers will expect every business, even those that are traditional, to do business where transparency, immediacy and context reign supreme.
Everything will be on-demand, including B2B services.

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