Waltham MA (SPX) Apr 06, 2010
BuyerZone has announced plans to connect people who want to travel to space with companies offering space travel services. With this new strategic focus, BuyerZone is committed to facilitating the connection between buyers and sellers across products, services, industries and now, outer space.
"We're thrilled to launch into the space travel industry by connecting adventure-seekers with companies who can safely transport people into space," beamed Mie-Yun Lee, President and Founder of BuyerZone. "We think of this as one small step for BuyerZone and one giant leap for the Internet."
Interested space travelers can visit the BuyerZone.com website and complete a free questionnaire outlining the details of their trip. BuyerZone will then connect the aspiring space traveler with multiple space travel agencies, providing a number of options for even the most discerning adventurer.
"Bringing together space travelers and space travel agencies was a natural extension of our business. We've been monitoring the industry for years, and frankly, given the current economic climate and the extraordinarily high price point for space travel, we felt this was an opportune moment to launch this service," comments VP of Product Management, Steve Gottlieb.
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