Robin Chase

transportation entrepreneur

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Robin Chase is a transportation entrepreneur and and the author of Peers Inc: How People and Platforms Are Inventing the Collaborative Economy and Reinventing Capitalism. A co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar, the largest car-sharing company in the world, she's also co-founder of Veniam, which turns cars into Internet hot spots. 

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