Since the beginning of time, people have come together at the end of each day to eat, unwind and converse around a communal table. But as part of the era of urbanization, Ikea apartments, and shrinking spaces, the majority of city dwellers no longer have the space in their living […]
As we go back to the spirit, community and camaraderie of villages, it’s time to start thinking about what a rural model of economic development looks like in a world of unicorns. That’s why in this edition, we look at where some entrepreneurs are placing their bets in the return […]
Over the last couple years, Airbnb has become a household name in many countries worldwide and the darling of the supposed #sharingeconomy. Why ‘supposed’ #sharingeconomy? Because the sharing economy is driven by trust and, well, sharing. Neither of which Airbnb has at the level it once did. How do we know? […]
Cities are changing. But what humans want and crave in the places they live will never change. We are wired in a certain way and require certain outlets within cities: “According to urban sociologist Ray Oldenburg, people need three types of places to live fulfilled, connected lives: Their “first place” (home) for […]
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