If there's anyone who embodies how the so-called 'sharing economy' is changing the way people live and build a business, it's Tim Norton.
The founder and CEO of 90 Seconds, a cloud video production platform, has had no fixed address for the past four years. The native New Zealander has traveled from places like Singapore to New York, all while building his multi-million dollar company—with a laptop in hand. Norton's vision is to turn 90 Seconds into the 'Uber' of video production.
"It's really an amazing time to be able to do it. Even five years ago, it was a lot harder," Norton told CNBC recently. He cited the likes of Uber, SkyScanner, Airbnb and co-working spaces as the tools making it possible.
"Why would you want to own the house or rent the full-time house, when you can have that fully nomadic experience," Norton asked.