November 12th, 2009
BarterQuest (www.barterquest.com), a platform that supports the cashless exchange of goods, services and the use of real estate, today announced that it has incorporated various features that respond to and support the “green” movement. Specifically, the site has created “Environmental” as a major category to group services that relate to the environment and incorporates a number of other services that are eco-friendly under other categories, such as car pooling under “Transportation.”
BarterQuest will introduce additional features that can provide guidance to those who want to trade green, for example, the ability to describe an item available for trade as eco-friendly and tags that will readily identify these items as eco-friendly. The site is seeking input from its users for ways BarterQuest can further support environmental conservation.
“Our site is committed to serving our users as effectively as possible,” stated Michael Satz, CEO of BarterQuest. “To do this, we want to develop features that reflect what they want. While barter is inherently green, by redistributing rather than disposing of goods a barter site can be even more eco-friendly by leading its users to green solutions. We strongly encourage anyone who visits our site to suggest features that can further green our site and make BarterQuest a real force for environmental responsibility.”
BarterQuest supports the cashless exchange of all types of goods, services, and real estate. BarterQuest provides a trading platform based on proprietary technology (patents filed) that instantly matches the haves and wants of users for two party and multi-party trades. Barter is facilitated by a user friendly Web design that is unique in its combination of features that support trading. BarterQuest is headquartered in New York, NY and is owned and operated by JPM Global, Inc., a Delaware corporation. For more information, visit www.barterquest.com