Friday, 09 December 2016

Fastvan Worldwide Shipping at Your Fingertips

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Fastvan Worldwide Shipping at Your  Fingertips

New Improved Version Launch 2017

Fastvan, are pleased to announce that after months of development their fully automated mobile app will be available at the end of January 2017.
The app which is available on Android and IOS, will enables users to

Access instant multiple quotes at once and be able to accept or reject whichever they prefer, proving complete control and transparency to users.

  • view courier’s ratings
  • send 1 or 100’s of parcels in minutes
  • Send parcel to local or Global destinations
  • track progress in real time
  • Freight is a newly added feature to the app. Clients will be able to choose the size of truck ranging from 1ton to 32ton and truck type and fill in cargo type and quantity and even take picture of the cargo, clients will also be able to track their truck in app map same as Uber, allowing users to schedule multiple trucks to multiple destination and track all in one single platform.
  • POD will automatically be sent to shipper once parcel has been delivered.

Our value proposition rely on the standardized quality of service and the transparency on price they are able to provide.

ODE and SE start-ups are very different. SE marketplaces are based on freedom of markets, do not set the prices themselves and do not choose the provider you will contract with.

Their goal is to provide all the tools for trust and transactions. ODE start-ups, on the contrary, need to control their suppliers and dispatch them to their clients, in order to keep their word on the service they provide.

Given these differences and in the case of platforms of millions of users, we think that SE startups have massive advantages allowing them to bring the same benefits of quality and transparency of price without the structural disadvantages that threaten ODE start-ups.

ODE startups are subject to a fundamental risk on their operating costs. Legal Courts don’t hesitate to rule their contractors as employees as they control all the experience and business done on the platform, setting the price of the suppliers and assigning them to a client Such legal risks do not apply to SE startups since they do not control price and behaviours of users. SE startups do not experience a legal risk but experience a legal issue Examples of companies involved in the sharing economy include:

Airbnb, which was recently valued at $10 billion and is the poster child for the sharing economy, allows travellers to rent a room or a whole home from a private individual.

Uber, Lyft and Sidecar have created mobile applications that connect passengers with drivers of private vehicles for hire and ridesharing services.

DogVacay allows dog owners to place their digs with host families in lieu of the dogs being boarded in a kennel.

Chegg specializes in online textbook rentals (both in physical and digital formats

TaskRabbit is a marketplace for people to hire people to do jobs and tasks, from delivery, to handyman to office help. Founded in 2008, the site has 4,000 Taskrabbits on the service nationwide who bid to do tasks that are posted by people looking for a service. All the "rabbits" are interviewed and have their backgrounds checked before going on the system.

Fon operates a system of dual access wireless networks. Members agree to share a part of their bandwidth as a Wi-Fi signal, so that they can connect to other members' hotspots. Consumers who choose not to share their Internet connection can buy Wi-Fi access passes or credit from Fon. Fon members whose hotspots are used to access Wi-Fi by a paying customer can receive part of the revenue.

Poshmark allows individuals to list the clothing in their closets for resale.

Lending Club is the world's largest peer-to-peer lending platform. It was the first peer-to-peer lender to register its offerings as securities with the SEC and to offer loan trading on a secondary market.. As of November 2013, the platform has originated over 3 billion USD in loans, and averages $7.8 million in daily loan originations.

Feastly is an online marketplace connecting passionate cooks with hungry eaters to offer homemade meals and food experiences prepared and served in a cook’s home, but not limited to – think inventive warehouse spaces, rooftops, store pop-ups and more; we’re indie meals and social dining at its best.

NeighborGoods is the leading social platform for peer-to-peer borrowing and lending. Need a ladder? Borrow it from your neighbor. Have a bike collecting dust in your closet? Lend it out and make a new friend. By sharing with your neighbors, you can save money while reducing waste and strengthen your local community in the process.

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