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Langhar is an Airbnb for food, allowing home cooks to convert their homes into restaurants to earn extra income. For foodies, it’s a change of scenery, but for everyone else, the financial, time-based and even health related plusses to eating unique home cooked dishes, are compelling reasons to pay attention to one of Delhi’s latest culinary ventures.
Author of What’s Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption Is Changing The Way We Live, Rachel Botsman, noted how technology is creating “micro-preneurs” — people become empowered to make money from their existing assets and talents.
Startups like Langhar, is one of the latest startups to latch onto collaborative consumption, or simply, the trend of people sharing access to products or services. In the way that Langhar empowers chefs to share their culinary talents, Airbnb, Buzzcar and Taskrabbit, allows for the collaborative consumption of accommodation, cars and skills respectively.
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