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A tool that helps companies in the green economy get a better understanding of their carbon footprint.


A startup for ride-sharing, carpooling, and the sharing economy in London.


As a company, HirePound has raised $1.4 million in capital. But as a company, it says it is on track to make $50 million in revenue in the next year. The company is a job board for the growing gig economy, connecting employers with micro-consultants and other contractors.


As we reported last week, Blue Capital is building a “wage engine” for the gig economy that will help people figure out how to actually pay their rent.


A Chinese-focused ecommerce platform that was built on the idea that China's economy is less of a free market and more of a controlled economic system. The company is working on a solution to let individuals buy goods without a bank account and without a traditional credit card.


Short-term rental marketplace for the sharing economy.


In the UK, an increasingly important part of the economy isn’t bricks and mortar stores but phone apps. And one startup wants to replace the app store with a custom-built version. The idea is that you buy an app once and then get the updates for free. The company is giving away its first product for free, called The App Store, in order to gain feedback.


The startup is looking to pair the benefits of a collaborative economy with the efficiency of a shared economy. The company offers a system that can match the right person with the right job while also providing them with a flexible schedule.


A startup focused on helping to lower the cost of the gig economy. They provide a platform for workers to outsource tasks as much as they need, and helps clients with tasks like hiring, HR, and payroll.


This startup’s utility is powered by the sharing economy. The app allows people to connect with local drivers and couriers to take care of what can be a labor-intensive activity, like moving a couch to a new apartment or delivering art to a new home.


“An insurance company for the global freelance economy”


A tool to help people create easily sharable images, using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Because of the way the attention economy works, every one of your images is worth more to someone else than to you.


A platform for the sharing economy, where a person can rent out their car, boat, or bicycle.


This startup is building a consumer-facing marketplace for the home-sharing economy, where people can find a roommate to live in their home.


A Sydney-based startup aiming to bring the benefits of the sharing economy to the office.


A startup that works with transport companies to make it easier for them to integrate their vehicles into the sharing economy.


A fix for the “gig economy”, offering a comprehensive insurance package for independent workers. Their product is designed for the future and will work for any independent worker, anywhere in the world.


 A platform like Uber, but for the gig economy. The startup is a background screening and background check service for employees.


This startup is looking to help people move into the gig economy, giving them access to services like unlimited cleaning and dog walking jobs.


This startup wants to replace the inefficient and often criminally-run trucking industry with a new way to move freight that’s better for consumers, the environment, and the economy as a whole, by using autonomous vehicles.


CREDITS is a new way to manage all of your credentials, focused on the crypto-economy.


A platform for sharing and sharing experiences, taking the “sharing economy” to a new level. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences.


Solair is building an open network for connecting local businesses and the people who shop within them. Its engine is based upon the idea of a “sharing economy”, in which people are rewarded for their contributions.


Matchmakers for the gig economy. The company is building a platform to help people find and hire gig economy workers for specific gigs, whether it’s a ride share, delivery, or a nanny.


 A business-to-business (B2B) marketplace that connects freelancers with businesses. The company wants to disrupt the freelance economy by allowing businesses to scale and manage their workforces.


A platform for supporting and managing workers in the gig economy, allowing users to pay third parties for work done only by their employees. Currently in a private beta for companies with fewer than 10 employees.


The startup is trying to solve the problem of the lack of consumer choice in the longtail economy by introducing a service to help consumers find the best products at the best price.


Spots are a blockchain-based social network powered by artificial intelligence. The company lets users create and manage their own chat groups, with each group being able to run a mini-economy.


 A startup that is building a “sharing economy” platform for home rentals, where people can post their homes for free and offer them for short-term rentals.


A startup looking to help food trucks and food producers connect to the app economy.


A platform for the sharing economy. The startup’s idea is to “unlock” the sharing economy by making the legal process simple for drivers and allowing them to charge hourly for their services.


This is an effort to build a social network around the "sharing economy" that "provides more complete information related to people and homes" on the sharing economy than exists anywhere today.


A startup that aims to bring more transparency into the sharing economy by bringing more accountability to on-demand services.


The idea: a data platform for the sharing economy. The startup wants to take a lot of the manual labor out of the process of sharing things like vehicles, pets, or tools.


A blockchain-based payment system for the sharing economy.


A startup that wants to give people a digital home and help them share that home with others. It’s one of many companies that are hoping to make the sharing economy less of a weird thing only people who can afford to live in San Francisco do. The startup is already using its own properties to earn $5,000 monthly.


A solution for the “on-demand economy”, giving users the ability to book drivers through their phone. Users can book drivers through the app or through an API.


A startup that wants to build a building management system to help buildings adapt to sharing economy demand. It monitors energy usage and billing, to help buildings adapt to the Airbnb-style short-term rental.


A company that aims to be the “Google Maps” of the sharing economy — a place to look up and rent everything from homes to cars to storage units to vacation rentals.


A platform for small-time home contractors to bid on large construction jobs. The startup is being incubated by Y Combinator. This startup takes a relatively new concept, the gig economy, and applies it to construction, which is a relatively old concept.


A startup that’s building a “social climate index” for cities, tracking climate change’s effect on the environment and the local economy.


A tool for finding and reporting on all the relevant information about any country, including the government, economy, and culture. It’s available in English.


The startup is building a platform for the gig economy, letting people earn money through online activities, like cleaning homes, or driving Uber. It’s currently focusing on Indonesia.


Idea: A directory of jobs in the gig economy, from Uber and Lyft to dog walkers and freelance writers


Idea: A ‘gig economy’ labor marketplace for graphic designers. The startup says it’s growing 1,000% month-over-month, and has already sold $3,000 a week in design work.