Safe Trades 4 You Launches e-commerce Platform

Safe Trades 4 You Launches e-commerce Platform

The new online platform safetrades4you.com launched recently. This new e-commerce platform has been designed to offer a place for trade professionals to be connected to regional clients. This new organization has been created in order to try and use industry benchmarks that are based on public confidence and trust.

In order to be featured on this new e-commerce platform, individuals and businesses must meet a range of specific requirements that assure the potential customer of their credibility. The platform should eradicate rogue traders by creating a space of trusted and skilled trades people. In order to be given accreditation using safetrades4you.com, businesses and trades people must complete a criminal vetting service, provide references and proof of their industry qualifications, public liability insurance as well as signing a code of practice agreement.

The South Wales business are hoping that the platform will be successful enough to be launched across the UK. It is vital for the company that they try to bring back customer confidence in a range of trades.

The platform is open for use by plumbers and electricians to landscape gardeners and florists and many more. Therefore, it is an ideal platform to be used for people looking to employ trades people for work in their homes as it offers a list of skilled, qualified and reputable tradespeople to give peace of mind while having work carried out in their home.

The businesses on the site will be advertised as experienced and trusted as well as holding the Safe Trades 4 You approval which, as the company expands and take on more members across the UK will be a competitive edge when seeking work. With a range of trades suffering because of the damaging actions of rogue traders, a platform that offers reassurance with strict membership guidelines and requirements will be great for boosting the overall reputation of the industries.  

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