我国共享经济的未来 小猪短租

宣布时刻:2017-01-05内容来历:现金网开户学习网
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Chinese Airbnb rival Xiaozhu was valued by investors at $300m in a fundraising round last year, reflecting high hopes for the country’s home-sharing sector and prompting takeover interest from the Silicon Valley company.

在上一年一轮募资中,出资者对小猪短租(Xiaozhu)的估值在3亿美元,可见他们对我国住宿共享职业抱着多大的期望,一起也激起了硅谷同行公司Airbnb对小猪短租的收买爱好。

But Kelvin Chen, the Chinese tech veteran who is Xiaozhu’s co-founder and chief executive, has bad memories of excessive overseas management after a previous US buyout.

但在我国科技职业浸淫多年的陈驰(Kelvin Chen)关于我国公司被美资收买后外方的过度办理却有着欠好的回想,他是小猪短租的联合创始人及首席执行官。

“If we wanted to hire a single person, we would need approval from HR three months in advance but, in the same time, our competitors could grow from a staff of 200 to 1,000,” Mr Chen says of his time at travel site Kuxun, owned by TripAdvisor from 2009-15.

谈到他在旅行网站酷讯(Kuxun)呆过的韶光,陈驰说道:“在那里假如咱们想招一个人,咱们需求提早3个月取得人事部分同意,而这个时分咱们的竞赛对手或许现已把职工数量从200名添加到了1000名。”酷讯在2009年至2015年期间由TripAdvisor一切。

Xiaozhu boasts 100,000 listings in China, making it the second biggest home-sharing service in a country where travellers make 4bn trips each year. Tujia, a Chinese company that links property developers with short-term renters, was valued at $1bn and has 400,000 listings.

小猪短租宣称在我国具有10万套房源,在每年旅行人次有40个亿的我国,它算是规划第二大的住宿共享服务公司。将房地产开发商与短租客联络起来的途家(Tujia)估值为10亿美元,具有40万套房源。

Airbnb currently lists around 75,000 properties in China, and has partnered with internet giant Alibaba to make mobile payments easier for Chinese users. It plans to double its listings, investment and spending over the next year.

Airbnb现在在我国约有7.5万套房源,并经过与互联网巨子阿里巴巴(Alibaba)协作,让其我国用户能够更方便地运用移动付出。Airbnb方案未来一年将其房源数量、出资和开销均翻一番。

Investors are betting that the Chinese government will back the “sharing economy” as a source of growth as old drivers such as heavy manufacturing and property slow.

出资者信任,跟着重工业、房地产职业等旧经济引擎放缓,我国政府将支撑“共享经济”,把它作为一个增加来历。

Participation in the sharing economy — renting out belongings once thought of as personal — is now within the reach of China’s middle class. “Thirty years ago, we had nothing to share. Now Chinese people have extra cars, extra space,” says Mr Chen.

我国中产阶级已具有参加共享经济(将从前被视为私家产业的东西出租给他人)的才能。陈驰表明:“30年前,咱们没有东西能够共享。现在,我国人有了剩余的轿车、剩余的空间。”

Li Keqiang, China’s premier, told a Davos forum last year that “the sharing economy means entrepreneurship for the masses”. Beijing has tolerated the rapid growth of car-booking apps to a greater degree than many western countries, despite fierce resistance from the country’s state-linked taxi providers. China’s flexibility towards the disruptive sector is “greater than what we see in foreign countries”, Mr Chen says.

我国国务院总理李克强在上一年一次达沃斯(Davos)论坛上表明,“共享经济意味着群众创业”。我国对叫车运用的快速开展采取了比许多西方国家更为宽恕的情绪,虽然与政府有相关的出租车公司激烈抵抗。陈驰指出,我国对颠覆性职业的灵活性“超越咱们在外国看到的程度”。

Mr Chen predicts pushback from hotels should be less fierce, as the sector is used to competition. But he admits that Chinese officials — who insist that travellers have their identity cards scanned and sent to local police every time they check into a hotel — might be wary about loss of control. “China is a little special in this regard,” he says.

陈驰估计来自酒店的阻力应该不会那么大,由于这个职业习惯了竞赛。但他供认,我国官员或许会比较忧虑失掉操控。(官方规定在游客入住酒店时有必要扫描身份证并上传至当地公安系统。)他表明:“在这方面,我国有点特别。”

In an attempt to ease concerns, Xiaozhu hosts are encouraged to use the company’s mobile app to scan a guest’s identity card upon arrival. Although the information is not automatically sent to local authorities, they can access it in the event of security incidents. The company wants to start supplying hosts with “smart locks” that can read the cards without the host being present.

为了缓解这些忧虑,小猪短租鼓舞房东运用该公司的手机运用在客人入住时扫描身份证。虽然扫描信息不会主动上传至当地公安机关,但一旦发作安全事情,警方能够获取这些信息。小猪短租正要开端向房东供给“智能锁”,能够在房东不在场的情况下读取房卡。

On Wednesday, Airbnb started storing bookings and listings data on Chinese servers, to comply with a restrictive cyber security law that requires operators of “CRItical information infrastructure” to store data in China and assist government security agencies.

上星期三,Airbnb开端在我国服务器上存储订房信息和房源数据,以恪守网络安全法的有关规定,即“要害信息基础设施”的经营者有必要在我国存储数据并帮忙政府安全部分的作业。

For now, Xiaozhu exists in a grey zone marked out by its semi-formal arrangements with the government. “There has not been any clear law supervising [house-sharing]. For now, the way we do it is more of a result of negotiation,” says Tarry Wang, Xiaozhu’s chief operating officer.

与政府的非正式约定给小猪短租划出了其所生计的灰色区域。“还没有任何明晰的法令来监督(住宿共享服务)。现在咱们做这个的方法更多取决于洽谈的成果。”小猪首席运营官王连涛(Tarry Wang)表明。

But analysts expect tighter regulation. “The government’s usual approach is to step back and let the market develop. Then, once a handful of players achieve significant traction and demonstrate a successful mechanism for meeting regulatory requirements, you start licensing the top players and weed out the rest,” says Mark Natkin at Marbridge Consulting, an advisory group.

但剖析人士估计监管将会收紧。北京迈博瑞咨询(Marbridge Consulting)的马克.纳特金(Mark Natkin)表明:“政府一般的做法是退一步,让商场开展。然后一旦有一小撮参加者引起了注目,并展示出一套契合监管要求的成功机制,政府就会向最优异的参加者发放车牌,让其他参加者出局。”

When Mr Chen considers the prospect of regulators swooping in and stifling the sector, he finds solace in a Shanghai wonton shop championed last month by Mr Li. The premier stepped in to defend the humble stall as an example of “grassroots entrepreneurship”, rebuffing zealous bureaucrats who had ordered it to close because it lacked a licence.

在陈驰考虑监管组织介入并限制职业开展的或许性之时,李克强上月对上海一家馄饨铺的支撑让他感到安慰。李克强称这个小店是“草根创业”的模范,辩驳了一帮由于该店无照营业而责令其关门的活跃官员们。

“From this small event we can see that the Chinese government, when it comes to reform and regulation, China is not quite [as strict] as the outside world thinks,” Mr Chen says.

陈驰表明:“从这件小事咱们能够看出,在涉及到变革和监管方面,我国政府不太像外界想的那样(严厉)。”

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