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Unlike Uber, though, Netlift puts the “share” back into the sharing economy

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The “sharing economy” as a business model gained traction some years ago, when more altruistic online communities, such as, were one-upped by Airbnb and then Uber, which are not so much about peer-to-peer sharing as they are about adapting the rhetoric of the sharing economy in order to maximize their own profits.

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    Netlift raises $1.3 million to expand outside of Quebec

    Netlift has announced the closing of a $1.3 million first tranche of funding, to be finalized at the end of June, from a group of investors and strategic partners, including Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), Cycle Capital and other investors, who join previous investors BDC Capital.

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    Sustainable transportation in Saint-Laurent

    Saint-Laurent, in cooperation with MOBA/Mobilité alternative, is the first of the 19 Montréal boroughs to offer Netlift to its employees as a smart mobility tool. As for Cégep de Saint-Laurent and Vanier College, they are the first colleges to adopt such a measure...

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    The Attractiveness of Multimodal

    Is this approach really the solution to the ills of the daily carpool? Specialist and attentive observer of this mode of transport, Catherine Morency finds it very interesting. "Netlift entertains the idea that there must be a collaboration between modes of transport [...] there is too much vulnerability when relying on only one mode of transport...

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    St-Laurent goes multimodal carpooling

    A unique partnership will allow employees of the Borough of Saint-Laurent and its two colleges to combine carpooling and public transit to get to work, thanks to a Quebec application Netlift, which brings drivers and passengers together...

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    The 2.0 era of carpooling

    New players like Netlift enable transport companies to finally solve the problem of the last kilometer. The suburbs are often poorly served by public transport, and when it comes to sustainable mobility, it is easier to opt for the private car. "What hurts transport companies, it is not so much about the difficulty of operating the network , says Marc-Antoine Ducas, "as it is about getting people to the network."

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