We founded Numerous to change the world for good. And our mission is to create a world where the power and value of data benefit everyone.
‘Don’t be evil.’
Google’s famous company motto is ‘Don’t be evil.’
I mean, that should probably come as standard, right? Most of us manage that every day (just about). Maybe Googlers need to remind themselves not to do other stuff too. Like:
‘Don’t kill bunnies.’
‘Don’t rob Grannies.’
Rather than avoiding the worst, we aiming for the best. We founded Numerous to change the world for good. And our mission is to create a world where the power and value of data benefit everyone.
Now, that means everyone who uses Numerous. But it also means everyone who can’t use Numerous.
There are millions of people in the UK and around the world who’ve missed out on the massive benefits of the digital revolution. They don’t have access to the internet, or maybe the skills to use it to best effect, or maybe they lack the confidence to try.
So we invest a % of our profits into helping those people who need help to get online and benefit from the digital world – while avoiding its pitfalls, of course.
And when our users earn through Numerous, they’ll soon be able to choose to donate a small percentage of that value to any one of a huge network of charitable organisations – anything from Oxfam to their local school.
It makes doubly sure that everyone, including the marginalised and underprivileged, really benefits from the power and value of data.