A London-based startup, called Wonder, has lifted the idea of sharing straight from the moral science books and tweaked it into a business model that already impresses many. The startup lets Londoners borrow expensive gadgets without the need to buy them, allowing the borrowers to try hands on the newest and coolest stuff from a fast-paced tech world.
Explaining the business model, C.E.O. Alex Berezovskiy, says Wonder connects with the owners, picks up the gadgets and then delivers them at the point of demand, writes The Technnews. All the gadgets are insured so any accidental damages are taken care of by the startup.
Berezovskiy describes the business as more than just sharing, notes The Next Web. According to the techie, Wonder is about sharing knowledge and experiences, inspiring people to try other things and explore the latest arrivals in a convenient and economical way.