The purpose of this paper is to present the landscape of Polish startups and their influence on the development of a sharing economy. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have an important impact on socioeconomic changes. New business models applied by innovative companies support phenomenon of a sharing economy with the following diversified amenities: on-demand access to goods and services, efficient utilization of unused assets, leading to a multiplier effect such as increased employment and the rise of micro-entrepreneurship. The article consists of three chapters followed by some final remarks. The first chapter presents the phenomenon of a sharing economy. The second chapter describes the ecosystem of Polish startups in 2016. The third part explains how Polish ICT-based startups participate in a sharing economy processes.