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The collaborative economy in NSW

The current state of play

Deloitte Access Economics considers the economic contribution of the collaborative economy in NSW for the NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation.

Developments in the collaborative economy in NSW

2016

The collaborative economy in NSW has experienced significant growth over the past year. The NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to review developments in the collaborative economy in NSW since the publication of the 2015 Review of the Collaborative Economy in NSW.

This report is a high level summary of what has changed over the year since the previous report, based on publicly available data. The objective is to understand how the sector has grown and changed, and to apprise the NSW Government of the state of play of the evolving collaborative economy in NSW.

This report assesses the developments seen in this sector in a number of ways to create an overall picture of the current state of play. These measures are growth among major players, increasing competition from new market entrants, and businesses expanding their business models into new sectors and to reach new markets.

Developments in the collaborative economy in NSW - 2016

Review of the collaborative economy in NSW

2015

The ’collaborative economy’ has been an emerging and dynamic sector in the global economy in recent years. In 2015, the NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to conduct a review of the state of play of the collaborative economy in NSW.

This report is a summary of the current scope and size of the collaborative economy in NSW based on publicly available data. The report considers the economic contribution of the collaborative economy in NSW by researching more than 80 collaborative businesses across a dozen sectors.

The report is intended to provide the DFSI with a baseline understanding of the current state of play of the collaborative economy in NSW. The report also explores some sectors with potential for growth in NSW, which can be used as a starting point for more detailed analysis should the NSW Government seek to better understand the future direction of the collaborative economy.

Review of the collaborative economy in NSW - 2015
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