- March 25, 2014 - LONDON --
Fourerr CEO Thomas De Vos aims to set the pace for online marketplaces through focusing upon his community of users and the global community of which Fourerr is a part. Today, Fourerr announced an ongoing commitment to charity and site security with a newly updated security system and a maverick decision to donate a percentage of Fourerr’s profits to leading global charity UNICEF. The announcement comes at the start of a series of innovative solutions and initiatives in the works at Fourerr, the online marketplace for the buying and selling of micro-jobs, and ‘soft’ goods such as design and programming.
Fourerr has completely revamped its security system and has introduced state-of-the-
art technology to its online sales platform. All login information and other sensitive data is now fully encrypted: Fourerr has enabled HTTPS on its Amazon servers in a move to provide users enhanced security measures. From the moment an order for goods is placed to after it has been delivered, the new security measures ensure that Fourerr users will enjoy a buying and selling experience that is 100 percent secure. Beyond the newly added security measures, the Fourerr marketplace has been redeveloped as a fully responsive platform that works in any digital habitat – from Smartphone to desktop to tablet. Thomas reflects that after Fourerr instituted the virtual help desk for his marketplace, other marketplaces soon followed suit: “I wouldn’t be surprised if it is any different this time.”
Through committing to donate 10 percent of the profit made from each sale to UNICEF, Fourerr’s CEO seeks to aid children and families across the world while affording Fourerr’s thousands of sellers and buyers to feel empowered by the work they do through his web platform. Thomas commented, “Fourerr is touched by the ongoing violence in Syria, which is taking a toll on children and their families. Somalia confronts a new polio outbreak with new cases reported since the last six years. What will be next?”About Fourerr:
Fourerr is intent upon redefining the way the online community buys, works and allocates resources. As a startup friendly marketplace, the company is focused on its micro-job, which, it says, is a way to chop up large projects into more manageable and more affordable tasks that can be done remotely by a skilled, global workforce. Visit http://www.fourerr.com/
for more details.