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Food-sharing startup Josephine doesn’t want to be like the rest of the gig economy | TechCrunch

“We’ve been thinking a long time about how tech platforms can be less extractive and provide more value to the communities,” Josephine CEO Charley Wang (pictured above) told me. “We did a lot of research into cooperatism and the B-corps. We finally felt like we were at a good place where we could make meaningful […]

“We’ve been thinking a long time about how tech platforms can be less extractive and provide more value to the communities,” Josephine CEO Charley Wang (pictured above) told me. “We did a lot of research into cooperatism and the B-corps. We finally felt like we were at a good place where we could make meaningful stakes in trying to be an ethical employer and non-extractive platform.”

Starting January 2017, Josephine will give 20% of its company to the cooks via stock options, which will be distributed d

Source: Food-sharing startup Josephine doesn’t want to be like the rest of the gig economy | TechCrunch

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