As mobile devices become magic wands for marketplaces, matching supply and demand and making goods and services more accessible than ever before, we’re experiencing an “uberfication” of the economy.
Alongside this movement to an “on-demand” economy (discussed in detail by the team at Sherpa Ventures), is the equally as transformative re-urbanization of America.
In 2013, 2.3 million more people moved into metro areas than in 2012, driven by the demands of America’s two most powerful demographics. Baby boomers are retiring and moving back to the cities they left when they started families and millennials want to live closer to each other and where the…
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