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Robin Chase
Attended Wellesley College, MIT Sloan School, Harvard University (Loeb Fellow)
Lives in Boston
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Thank you to those at the @CableLabs#InnovationShowcase who voted for @Veniam as ‘best new product most likely to succeed’ in a landslide.  http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=1210580
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Check out the #inspiring words of 20 women leaders at #aspenideas https://medium.com/aspen-ideas  We were all moved. 
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Find out why I feel disappointment when I hear the words “Honesty" & "Passion”?  https://medium.com/aspen-ideas/adopt-honesty-and-passion-93e0c9dca596?source=tw-96595ebce9be-1438006899400  @CameronCRussell @instigating
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My take on the economic transition we are deep inside, where it could go -- the good and the bad.
Zipcar’s founder says why the Peer ecosystem will tap incredible abundance
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Speed the new economy along - follow the Southwest cancellation/change policy at ZipCar - zero penalties!
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Great explanation. Many are observing the same future at hand. It looks great! If we actually guide it and correct it's potential failings #PeersInc.
(sharing economy explained) By Peter Hesseldahl. Cross-posted from Shareable.Underlying the collaborative economy are a handful of very strong and general trends that are challenging the conventional business models in just about every sector of the economy—not just in the types of transactions that we usually think of as the sharing economy.
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Robin Chase, understandably, sees these phenomena with transportation as her focus. They are just as important in areas I work on involving peacebuilding, security, and the like.
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Krrb is a lovely marketplace for cool used stuff, beautiful user interface. Here is their review of #PeersInc 
Earlier this month members of the NYC sharing economy gathered for what was essentially the launch party of Peers Inc. The recently released book by Robin Chase, CEO of Buzzcar and former co-founder and CEO of Zipcar, provides insight on how the collaborative economy is changing the capitalism economic structure. Chase breaks down the model into excess capacity, people and platforms in Peers Inc. Platforms with business traits (the Inc in this s...
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I wrote this for HBR. What is the new #PeersInc  economy going to mean for us the Peers?
Making the new commercial world work for everyone.
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 Applications #MobiPrize 2015 are open! Check out the innovative #sustainable #transportation award categories. http://www.mobi-platform.com/mobiprize
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Follows on nicely to my piece in @Medium, @shelbyclark writes "The New Safety Net For The On-Demand Economy" http://onforb.es/1TPUoDu via @forbes
Last week, on-demand cleaning company Homejoy shut down citing four pending employee misclassification lawsuits as the “deciding factor.” Presidential candidates, regulators, and labor movement leaders, have also recently weighed in on the status of workers in the on-demand economy. With a major debate raging on the value of work in [...]
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Transportation entrepreneurs: Win cash prize, mentorship, networking & travel to India!  Watch for #MobiPrize 2015! mobi-platform.com/mobiprize
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NewYork friends: I'm speaking at the Municipal Art Society, Tues July 21
5:30 PM http://connect.mas.org/site/Calendar?id=104321&view=RSVP … Come! & lets talk #neweconomy #PeersInc
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Short video synopsis of me in an interview describing Peers Inc -- pros and cons of this new huge economic transformation.
Robin Chase, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar, spoke about the sharing economy during an interview at the Aspen Ideas Festival. ‘I love the idea of sharing cars and everything. It’s something the Internet enabled and Zipcar did fabulously early on,’ said Chase. ‘So when you can share cars and assets and ideas and experiences, the world really does transform.’ Chase is also the author of ’Peers Inc.: How People and Platforms are Investing the C...
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transportation innovation
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Boston
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MIddle East - Lived, really: Beirut, Rabat, Arlington VA, Damascus, Jerusalem, Hydra (Greece), Mbabane (Swaziland), Alexandria (Egypt), Paris, Jeddah, Tangier, Paris, Wellesley, Boston,
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innovation, internet, transportation, openness, climatechange
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  • Wellesley College, MIT Sloan School, Harvard University (Loeb Fellow)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Sloan, MBA
  • Harvard
    Loeb Fellow
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The owner of this hotel is incredibly nice. He goes the extra mile. Great price/value. I lived on this street for two years. It is an excellent location. I've stayed here two times. Once was a double on the 3rd floor, newly renovated and great. Second time I was on the 2nd floor, not newly renovated and less nice. But it sill seemed worthwhile. Breakfast included and as I say, really nice people.
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