SynergyX exchange is a online community driven marketplace.

mission to harness the collective power of shoppers

a "dynamic ecosystem that will better connect content creators, merchandise and users on both platforms."

As the global economy moved into the 21st Century, logistics became a critical part of supply chain management and consumer demand. In less than two decades, logistics management has influenced product movement to meet or exceed consumer demand. Companies saw they could lower costs and increase productivity by managing logistics on a system theory and managing the company as a whole to boost performance.

By creating partnerships with suppliers, shipping services and warehousers, and connecting these services through automated systems, the logistics of getting products to the consumer are improved with reduced overhead costs and faster delivery. Understanding how the logistics system theory works require strategic planning when calculating what will be needed while focusing on obtaining materials and managing how quickly products are produced to help ensure swift delivery to the consumer.

This radical shift in customer behavior and expectations regarding deliveries means that many organizations will have to remake their entire supply chain in order to become more agile, and remain competitive in a world where an optimized, lean and efficient logistical infrastructure is at the core of a successful customer-centric business.

Sharing economy solutions will soon begin disrupting logistics services. We’re already seeing how Uber and other companies setup driver networks to deliver packages to consumers by using their personal vehicles. To cope with the shortage of drivers and with the need for flexible fleets that are available based on business demand, the sharing economy will begin spreading in 2018 into big brands that need to find alternatives that help them create a more flexible and adaptable logistics infrastructure.

“collaborative capitalism” 

It is defined as – “An economic model, policy, approach or development strategy by which an individual’s, investor’s corporation’s, or country’s economic interests are best served through a pro-active strategy that seeks to improve the well-being, economic purchasing power, and capabilities of other individuals, corporations or countries.”

For example, the ~4 billion people at the base of the pyramid (BoP) globally represent the one of the largest groups of consumers on the planet. Increasing the income and purchasing power of these individuals and communities by an average of $1 per day will increase global purchasing power and GDP by $1.5 Trillion a year. This new income will be spent on clothing, food, water, energy, etc. Corporations and countries that develop and employ successful market development and entry strategies for this new and rapidly growing market will take a pro-active approach to growing incomes within BoP communities while simultaneously positioning themselves to reap the benefits of that increased purchasing power. This can be done on a micro-level by individuals and companies or at a macro-economic, global policy level by nations.

Costco CFO Richard Galanti recently commented on what he sees as the secret sauce behind the store’s booming apparel sales:

“We can go in and buy huge quantities of something where the manufacturer’s volumes have been cut by other merchants and really drive great value and people love it and…give even a greater value to the customer.”

Boxed sells bulk products online, similar in the way Costco sells in their stores. Consumers buy in bulk to take advantage of volume pricing. In todays changing demographic where more people are staying single and couple are delaying, reducing or not having children. Bulk buying becomes not efficient. SynergyX combined orders from individual consumers to obtain the bulk it volume discounted without having to buy in bulk.

Using innovative technologies SynergyX is taking group by and membership clubs to an entire different level

First you have Amazon Prime membership then you have Costco membership now you have the ultimate membership access with Facebook marketplace powered by Synergy x.

Growing D2C brands face an interesting challenge. While they’ve eliminated much of the hassle of a physical storefront, they must still deal with all the complications involved in managing inventory and manufacturing and shipping a physical product to suppliers.

"The pendulum is now swinging back to the community. Nontraditional players, including public, nonprofit, and commercial enterprises are establishing “communities” focused on prevention and well-being. These communities can be geographically based local initiatives, virtual communities with a global presence, or hybrids of the two."

"The dramatic changes reshaping health care today are driven in part by the intersection of Metcalfe’s Law and Moore’s Law. Metcalfe’s Law describes how the value of a network escalates dramatically as membership increases. Moore’s Law describes how computing power doubles roughly every two years. In tandem, these two phenomena will likely allow SHCs to grow and become more sophisticated, interconnected, and influential over time."

This is exactly what my SynergyX Health venture's methodology is about. Creating a synergistic community consisting of health-minded individuals. The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions and the Deloitte Center for Government Insights validation of my thesis and business case is encouraging as disruptive methodologies are difficult to launch.

More Americans Are Living Solo, and Companies Want Their Business

Consumer firms are catering to single-person households, upending generations of family-focused marketing; smaller appliances, individual packaging, giant toilet-paper rolls

Deploying a disruptive synergistic approach to the S2B2C supply chain model (supply to business to customer model).'s initial premise was to apply a Costco-type members-only model to buying online, and it had hoped to mount a challenge to the low-cost pricing strategy of, by underpricing the e-commerce giant. The annual fee would qualify members for discounts up to 15 percent or more on a wide variety of items such as groceries, electronics, and housewares, provided in a marketplace format from partner merchant sites. As customers shopped, they could qualify for lower prices by combining purchases, and could qualify for free shipping on orders over $35. The model also lets members accumulate the equivalent of cash toward future purchases, by buying items at partner sites.

Alibaba’s e-commerce marketplace Taobao 

improves upon conventional retail models with its S2B2C (supply to business to customer model) in which a data-driven supply chain platform is closely linked to the businesses that serve customers, offering features such as real-time feedback and customization for small businesses.

Work with delivery companies to schedule shipments during slow, open capacity slots.

“Cars are to us what books were to Amazon,” he said at a Fortune tech conference in July. “Just like Amazon was able to build this extraordinary infrastructure on the back of books and go into additional categories, you are going to see the same from Uber.”

SynergyX will follow the same. Books are to Amazon as Cars are to Uber. SynergyX will launch a synergistic group purchase of vitamins, donate to under nurished children and expand the methodology to travel, mortgages/loans, perishable items, etc. We will change the way people buy goods and services the way amazon changed the way we buy books and Uber changed the way we travel to and from local destinations.

SynergyX plays matchmaker by combining the purchasing power of individuals looking for the same item, trip, service and utilize the combined purchasing power of the group to obtain bulk, or volume discounts and other incentives far beyond the savings that could be obtained as individual consumers.

"Better Health... For less"
"Better Health... Better Life"
"A community of healthy living"

Walmart: "Save money. Live better" says it wants to enable businesses at all stages of the e-commerce supply chain — retailers, distributors and suppliers among them — to pool their orders together so they can satisfy minimum order quantities and enjoy greater discounts on a product’s price. Not only does this help keep profit margins healthy, but it also enables businesses to offer compelling discounts to shoppers — better insulating them against online giants.

From the consumer’s perspective, hopes that its app will enable the public to access items “from a much wider range of suppliers than is currently available in the centralized e-commerce market,” and access better bargains than they can now.

SynergyX at the forefront of massive societal change

"We believe that the world is at the beginning of a shift away from car ownership to Transportation-as-a-Service, or TaaS. Lyft is at the forefront of this massive societal change," they told investors. "Car ownership has ... economically burdened consumers. US households spend more on transportation than on any expenditure other than housing. ... On a per household basis, the average annual spend on transportation is over $9,500, with the substantial majority spent on car ownership and operation."

Cars create "inequality," they argue. "The average cost of a new vehicle in the United States has increased to over $33,000, which most American households cannot afford," the IPO says. "We estimate over 300,000 Lyft riders have given up their personal cars because of Lyft."

Serendipia Cooperative is the first cooperative tokenized with a security token in the history of humanity. It is based on the Swiss legislation for cooperatives. We are building a framework for other people anywhere in the world to build tokenized/securitized cooperatives. Our framework would allow cooperatives to have global teams to address global issues or to build micro economies, and/or simply tokenize communities, networks or other assets. We believe that the cooperative entreprises model is more economically and socially inclusive. It could lead to global peace, happiness and prosperity for individuals and the collective.

Synergize the purchasing power of students throughout college campuses.