From AirBnb, TaskRabbit, Uber, to Lyft, the the sharing economy is on the rise. Furthermore, crowdfunding, and the maker movement is enabling people to create goods --rather than buy them. Organizations can benefit from this movement by tapping into the crowd by enabling them to better utilize your own resources, and to create new business opportunities that reduce capital expenditures and operating costs. Our research will share how corporations can not just stay relevant, but lead the charge in their own community. This presentation will share three ways corporations must shift their business to adapt to the collaborative economy. Find out how companies can activate these technologies to make goods and services available on demand, reducing waste. Find out how companies can tap into marketplaces to help them motivate sharing of used goods and products. Finally, find out how top organizations can tap into the crowd into every business function, reducing costs and increasing innovation. In this presentation, you will find out how this movement enables the clean web • What’s causing this sharing and making movement • Which verticals are being impacted the most • What are the driving forces --and opposing forces to sharing • What is the impact to corporations • What companies and leaders must do now to overcome this disruption.