Wesley Weerdenburg Seeks €50,000 in Crowdfunding via Indiegogo to Roll out the Glass Shop Wall

The Glass Shop Wall Redefines “Window Shopping” for Consumers Wherever They Find Themselves.


Amsterdam, Netherlands -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2014 -- Online shopping will never be the same. That’s because The Glass Shop Wall is a digital screen that can be placed in any shop window. Made of specialized glass, it can be used as digital popup store, web shop, marketing agent or public service system delivering vital information such as Amber Alerts, election information, national news and much more.

Displaying vivid imagery along with text, the public is treated to an enhanced visual experience when perusing products or learning the latest news that matters to them. Optionally, The Glass Wall Shop can be installed with solar cells making this exciting new technology self-sustaining without any waste of precious energy. Pre-installed cameras allow for safety and security benefits to city government while also delivering a fun factor for shoppers who can see themselves on the screens if they so choose. These cameras also curb vandalism as any would-be criminal who wants to damage or otherwise deface The Glass Wall Shop will think twice knowing that a camera is watching their every move.

Tight integration with mobile devices, smart watches and glasses safeguards every user’s privacy. Management and maintenance of the Glass Shop Wall is carried out by dedicate supported teams in-house eliminating unexpected expenses or hassles on the part of Glass Shop Wall users and owners.

The Glass Shop Wall has its own exhibition stand at this year’s Web Summit, one of the world’s most influential, international tech events. The Web Summit takes place in Dublin from November 4 to 6 and features some of the biggest names in the tech business.

After a successful pitch by CEO Wesley Weerdenburg, the organization of Web Summit selected the Glass Shop Wall as an early stage startup that will receive a free exhibition stand during one of the three days. Some of the big names attending Web Summit this year are: Jack Dorsey (Founder of Twitter), Niklas Zennström (Founder of Skype), Reed Hastings (Founder of Netflix), Arianna Huffington (Founder of The Huffington Post) and Bono, the lead singer of U2.

Crowdfunding is sought for further development, manufacturing and production of the first prototype. More importantly, backers have the opportunity to be one of the first users of the Glass Shop Wall. Funds will also be applied to expand capabilities and create accessories.

This crowdfunding campaign ends on November 1, 2014.

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