Nearbors – launching soon

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We just activated Nearbors and we’re almost ready to open it for early subscribers.
Sign up today and me and my team will let you know as soon as the beta is available.

Nearbors???

Ek, Yes!
Nearbors is a web based platform which aims to connect people unable to move and people already in movement in urban and in rural areas, as an alternative and cheaper approach to traditional delivery systems based on couriers.
Nearbors is a delivery platform that gives the ability to occasional, but trusted, individuals to purchase goods on behalf of customers at any retail store or merchant within a certain distance and deliver these goods efficiently and in return of an incentive. By exploiting the real-time location information of people and goods and the ability for members of the Nearbors community to deliver items for others while moving, it’s possible to lower the number of unnecessary trips, reduce travel demand in urban and sub-urban areas and help people who aren’t able (or willing) to leave their homes receive their purchased items.

The Nearbors platform matches customers who expect their purchased goods to be shipped faster (in terms of hours rather than days) and cheaper. All the items are purchased through the platform by leveraging real time data on availability of goods (and later on their quality too) and their current prices.

Mission statement
Helping individuals unable to move to have their locally purchased goods at their homes more efficiently and at the best value worldwide.

Company vision
Nearbors is a worldwide community driven platform that gives the ability to people already in movement to purchase and deliver locally available goods faster, efficiently and sustainably on behalf of customers that aren’t able to move or physically buy in-store.

We would love you to give us feedback with our soon to be released beta… If interested just sign up (and no, we won’t spam you!).
Nearbors

You can follow Nearbors both on Twitter: http://twitter.com/nearbors or on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nearbors

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