The Way We Work
April 29, 2014 by Shoshana Deutschkron

In discussions about the sharing economy, one aspect is often overlooked: talent. As Fabio Rosati, CEO of Elance-oDesk, recently noted in the Wall Street Journal, shared talent has many implications for the way we live and work.

“It can revolutionize how small businesses get started, how large businesses are organized and how social ventures have impact. It can provide the flexibility to balance work with family and can change what retirement looks like.”

Fabio Rosati, CEO of Elance-oDeskShared talent can help people find more time to spend on the things they value most, whether that’s launching their own side gig or enjoying their family; beyond popular examples like Airbnb and Uber, Rosati says there’s enormous opportunity to solve problems.

Drawing on his own experience in the tech and startup spaces, Rosati offers four pieces of advice to entrepreneurs — especially those launching their own ventures in the sharing economy.

Click here to read what he had to share!

Shoshana Deutschkron

Senior Director of Communications

As Senior Director of Communications, Shoshana brings to Elance-oDesk extensive experience in strategic communications for the technology industry. Her unique data-driven background helps uncover insights from Elance-oDesk’s online workplace data. Prior to Elance-oDesk, Shoshana was a Vice President at market research firm Penn Schoen Berland, where she provided research-based communications counsel for companies including Ernst & Young, HP, EA and eBay. Throughout her career, she… read more