|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 08:45 AM EDT||
WILMINGTON, Del., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- myMallBox.com, an international package forwarding service, and SimpleGlobal.com, a global e-commerce service provider, are supporting Keepod with their warehousing, shipping, and fulfillment abilities. To date, as a team myMallBox.com and SimpleGlobal.com have shipped Keepod devices to over 70 countries worldwide - some of which were donated through community engagement activities.
SimpleGlobal.com and myMallBox.com kicked off the partnership by helping Keepod complete their Unite for Mathare project; this was the first of its kind, and is officially up-and-running in Mathare (Nairobi, Kenya). The production of a community centre - with hard-discless, refurbished computers - and distribution of 1,500 Keepod devices launched Keepod's initiative to bridge the digital divide within the Mathare community.
Initially, myMallBox.com and SimpleGlobal.com donated their services to Keepod, but their relationship has since evolved into a full-fledged business partnership. By re-imagining the relationship between software and hardware, Keepod's ultimate goal is to provide personal computing to the 5 billion people around the world who currently lack accessible technology; the shipping and logistics experience of both SimpleGlobal.com and myMallBox.com play an integral role within this mission.
myMallBox.com is an international package forwarding service based in Wilmington, DE. Launched in 2014, myMallBox.com provides shipping solutions to expats, international shoppers. For more information, please visit www.myMallBox.com.
SimpleGlobal.com is a global e-commerce service provider, helping designers and manufacturers sell their products within global markets. They offer warehousing and fulfilment services in multiple locations across the United States. For more information, visit www.SimpleGlobal.com.
Keepod envisions a world where all people can use computing according to their needs and dreams, providing tools that will enable them to independently create better futures for themselves and their community. Keepod separates the brain of the computer form the physical PC and so enables the personal sharing of computers, reducing the cost of personal computing to $7.
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