The sharing economy: A deals perspective from James Fillingham

23 August 2016

The projected size of the sharing economy is vast. Our recent research suggests over $300bn of revenue by 2025, in less than 10 years from now. We see this coming from five key ‘sharing economy’ sectors; peer-to-peer accommodation, car sharing, peer-to-peer finance, music, TV and video streaming, and online staffing. Some of that revenue will be incremental, but some of it will be substitutionary.

James Fillingham, a partner in our deals team, has written a deals perspective on the sharing economy. His view is that when making a decision around mergers and acquisitions (M&A) where future growth rates are critical, this trend really matters.

You can read his full blog on Deal Talk.

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