Airbnb Seeks To Create A Sharing Economy In Every City

Airbnb Seeks To Create A Sharing Economy In Every City
Innovation

Portland will be the first Shared City in the United States.

Ross Brooks
  • 31 march 2014

Portland is known as an advocate for green tech, conservation, and co-working spaces, which is why AirBnB has chosen it to be the first of many Shared Cities. Aside from creating a rental marketplace, the company wants to support local businesses, help collect and remit taxes to the city of Portland on behalf of their hosts, and develop other campaigns that will encourage a shared economy throughout the city.

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