An Engrossing Story Of Audacious Entrepreneurism Charles Duhigg Captures The Remarkable Journey Of Airbnb Exceedingly Well Reid Hoffman Fast Paced, Fun Dive Into One Of The Seminal Firms Of Our Time Rana ForooharIn , Two Broke Art School Graduates And Their Coder Whiz Friend Set Up A Platform That In Less Than A Decade Became One Of The Largest Provider Of Accommodations In The World Now Valued AtBillion, Airbnb Is In The Very Top Tier Of Silicon Valley S Unicorn StartupsYet The Company Has Not Been Without Controversy Disrupting ABillion Hotel Industry Makes You A Few Enemies This Is Also A Story Of Regulators Who Want To Shut It Down, Hotel Industry Leaders Who Want It To Disappear And Neighbourhoods That Struggle With Private Homes Open For Public Rental But Beyond The Headlines And The Horror Stories, Airbnb Has Changed The Terms Of Travel For A Whole Generation Where A Sense Of Belonging Has Built Trust Between Hosts And Guests Seeking A Original Travel Experience That Hotels Have Struggled To ReplicateThis Is The First, Definitive Book To Tell The Remarkable Story Behind Airbnb In All Its Forms Cultural Zeitgeist, Hotel Disruptor, Enemy To Regulators And The First In Depth Character Study Of Its Leader Brian Chesky, The Company S Curious Co Founder And CEO It Reveals What Got Airbnb Where It Is Today, Why They Are Nothing Like Uber, And Where They Are Going Next
Leigh Gallagher is an assistant managing editor at Fortune and cochair of the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit She is a frequent guest on MSNBC s Morning Joe and public radio s Marketplace appears frequently on CNN, CNBC, and other outlets and speaks regularly on business and economic issues The End of the Suburbs is her first book Biographical blurb from the back of The End of the Suburbs.
- 217 pages
- The Airbnb Story
- Leigh Gallagher
- 14 November 2017 Leigh Gallagher