What happened to the once-hot "sharing economy" now? The use of "shared" products that have been spread all over the streets and have been touted by countless capitals to subvert tradition and create a new economy seems to fade away with the passage of time, leaving a trace of chicken feathers. Image source: E-commerce online How hot the
"sharing economy" was in 2017, how lonely it is now. Now when it comes to sharing, what comes up is nothing more than shared bicycles, shared charging treasures, and at most one shared car. and then? anything else? But at that time, the pigs that took off on the "sharing economy" were far more than these, such as shared massage chairs, shared offices, shared basketballs, shared umbrellas and today's protagonists shared wardrobes, and a few job title email listpeople remember their past scenery. . When the wind blows over, the pig without wings is just a pig after all, and it can only end up with bruises all over its body. Recently, Yiersan, a shared clothes rental platform, sent a text message to users, which mentioned that Yiersan will close its service on August 15,
2021, and will stop members from placing orders on July 13. On the 23rd, the trunk return reservation channel will be closed, and the channel for the unified refund of membership fees and deposits will be opened from August 1st. Image source: Yi Ersan official website As a non-target group, Astar came into contact with a similar concept for the first time. It was also in the "White Collar Wardrobe Project" of the TV series "We Are All Good". At that time, I also thought that this episode could only appear in TV series. prophecy.