Collaborate Corporation Limited (ASX: CL8)
operates peer-to-peer marketplaces where the ‘trust’ it creates makes it possible for individuals and companies to transact with each other for mutual benefit.
Collaborate disrupts traditional business models by enabling owners and renters to transact directly with each other, monetising assets that would otherwise sit idle. The industry we operate in is called the collaborative economy, peer-to-peer or the sharing economy. We just call it a smart way to create value.
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Australia’s first and largest peer-to-peer car rental platform
Own the moment, not the car.
The $30 billion car industry is being disrupted. Invest in the future – Car Subscription
An opportunity to invest in a company that is creating the new ways to access vehicles that consumers are demanding in a A$30B per annum market.
Collaborate is positioned to benefit from four major global trends that are changing the way drivers access cars and the way the automotive industry generates revenue.
Collaborate Corporation set to launch Australia’s first subscription product for cars
Collaborate Interview with Sky Business News 15 January 2018
Canary Networks Stocks to Watch Presentation 30 November 2016
Turners takes stake in Australian car subscription service
Why savvy consumers are wising up to the true costs of buying new
NZ Auto Giant Invests $1 million in Carly
Collaborate Rapidly Scaling in the Vehicle Subscription Market
Carly, I-Motor to Offer Dealerships Online Subscription Solution
Which car: Sign of the times: car subscription is here
The Australian: Carly launches in Melbourne
Lifehacker: Carly Launches New Car Subscription Service
Collaborate Rolls Out Subscription Service in Australia
The minds behind DriveMyCar launch Carly: like Netflix but for cars
CL8 Accelerates Growth: 265% Increase for UberX Rentals
ASX firm to start car subscription service
Subaru and DriveMyCar partner in Australian sharing economy first
The Emerging Collaborative Economy in Australia
We’ve Stopped Trusting Institutions and Started Trusting Strangers