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The Sharing Economy

For a corporate travel program to make the move to a peer-to-peer sourcing model, some serious issues need to be considered.
Rosemary E. Maloney, Senior Manager, Global Travel at Coach and Kevin McDonald Senior Director for Strategic Procurement at PPD offer two different viewpoints on the problems and promise of the Sharing Economy.

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Rosemary:
When it comes to deciding about the sharing economy, I find it difficult to be completely one way or the other – either totally pro the peer-to-peer business model or totally against utilizing sharing economy companies within a travel program. These companies definitely help drive costs down and add to traveler satisfaction, but there are reasonable concerns surrounding Duty of Care and company liability.  

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