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Traps and benefits of collaborative economy pinpointed

Ljubljana, 31 March - While agreeing that collaborative economy was booming and that it needs to be regulated, several panellists at Friday's conference on the new economic concept pinpointed some of the model's traps and challenges, including the precarisation of labour.

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A panel at the sharing economy conference debates the collaborative economy as a business model.
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Economy Ministry State Secretary Eva Štravs Podlogar participates in a panel on collaborative economy models at the sharing economy conference organised by the European Representation Office, the Public Administration Ministry and the STA.
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Finance Ministry State Secretary Tilen Božič participates in a panel on collaborative economy models at the sharing economy conference organised by the European Representation Office, the Public Administration Ministry and the STA.
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co-organised by the STA.
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City Hotel director Peter Sušnik participates in a panel on examples of use at the sharing economy conference.
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Airbnb rental expert Zarja Mavec participates in a panel on examples of use at the sharing economy conference.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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Breda Kutin, the head of the Consumer Association, participates in a panel on examples of use at the sharing economy conference.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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Marko Grobelnik, Slovenia's digital champion, participates in a sharing economy conference panel on the sharing economy as a business model.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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