'I bought my mum a flat just by renting out my camera kit'

'I bought my mum a flat just by renting out my camera kit'
 

Peer-to-peer "sharing economy" tech platforms have mushroomed in the last decade, but very few have rivalled Airbnb or Uber in size, largely because consumers have found them difficult to trust. So how are tech firms rising to this challenge?
When photographer Antonio Salvani, 36, was commissioned to do a wedding, he realised he didn't have all kit he needed to do the blushing bride justice.
Normally he would have gone to a camera rental shop to get the extra equipment., but deposits "can be £250-1,000", he says.
A friend told him about Fat Lama, a start-up peer-to-peer... read more

 
1 June 2018 in Business, Views: 73
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