How Uber’s wild ride may end up as Silicon Valley’s greatest start-up deception

Uber, the company rewriting the definition of disruption only…
May 7, 2019/by Martijn Arets

What will our working life look like in 2040?

Invited to a 5 minute pitch addressing attendees of the ‘Festival…
April 5, 2019/by Martijn Arets

Gig economy assumptions debunked. Or not really?

The role of platforms can no longer be excluded from debates…
November 15, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Gebouwd voor de toekomst: Hoe Sharetribe het ‘steward ownership’ model omarmde

The shareholders quest to playing a constructive role in a company…
November 7, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Reshaping Work: 5 insights into the gig economy‘s most urgent issues

The early gig economy discussion has majorly been focussing on…
November 1, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Meploy is showing businesses the future of organizing flexible work.

Many discussions within the gig economy focus on platforms connecting…
October 31, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Case analysis: Dutch Trade Union sues gig platform.

It had been in the air for some time already, the rumor…
October 31, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Is the discussion on the gig economy still on-topic?

The greatest frustration for policy makers and researchers…
October 17, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Airbnb as a cooperative: a viable scenario?

In the midst of the tidal wave of discussions about the holiday…
October 10, 2018/by Martijn Arets

The New Uber Model: Best or Most Foolish Choice Ever?

Last week, the ‘new’ Uber CEO published their new model in…
September 6, 2018/by Martijn Arets

An Uber-app of the people? Success criteria of platform cooperatives highlighted

Following the sharing economy, now the gig economy, the ‘Airbnb…
June 13, 2018/by Martijn Arets

Crash and burn: this is what I learned from my failed crowdfunding campaign.

‘It’s allowed to make mistakes’ is a lofty phrase used…
January 5, 2018/by Martijn Arets

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