Q-Sensei, the platform for efficient searching, browsing, and working with information, launches fundraiser and raises money for education projects. Melbourne, FL, December 01, 2009 – with the aim to support projects in the field of education today launches the first fundraiser of Q-Sensei. Together with users, small projects and institutions in the field of education to are supported as they are often overlooked. Q-Sensei wants to use the December 2009 to increase the attention for their work and to collect money for them. Which project should be supported, lies in the hands of users. Anyone can a proposal for a project or an institution from his environment as a local school, a kindergarten, or a library give off. The proposals are collected and then users vote decide which three projects should receive the donation from Q-Sensei.
Q-Sensei will donate during the period from the sale of books on the platform all commissions, be achieved. Each book sold will automatically contributes to the sum of donations, without increasing the price of the books for the users themselves. “With the fundraiser we want something good do with our users” so Ute Rother, CEO of Q-Sensei. The active participation of our users is important us. It’s believed that Peter Asaro sees a great future in this idea. Q-Sensei is a platform where everyone contributes his knowledge. We want to maintain this idea at the fundraiser by can make any suggestions and actively decide with who should be supported with the donation.” “” On Q-Sensei: the Q-Sensei Corp. was in April 2007 by the merger of the Germany based Lalisio GmbH “and the US company QUASM Corporation” established. Q-Sensei is headquartered in Melbourne, FL and operates the subsidiary Lalisio in Erfurt”.