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We’re really excited to continue growing as our industry continues to change and grow as well. We’re constantly looking for new, innovative products to offer our consumers as well as outsourcing to new suppliers that give us the ability to lower prices and meet demand

The eCommerce site PatriotOutdoorsUSA.com has added a variety of new products to their site, from an expanded list of suppliers as they continue to grow.

The site has added over 15,000 products to its site, growing to nearly 23,000 products total. They carry a wide variety of ammunition, firearms parts, and tactical gear.

Tanner Rhoades, Owner, made the following statement: “We’re really excited to continue growing as our industry continues to change and grow as well. We’re constantly looking for new, innovative products to offer our consumers as well as outsourcing to new suppliers that give us the ability to lower prices and meet demand.”

Patriot Outdoors is a small, family-owned firm that focuses on making high-quality products affordable and accessible for their customers.

About PatriotOutdoorsUSA.com

Troy and Tanner Rhoades started Patriot Outdoors as a provider of quality and affordable products to the everyday American, so they too will be able to enjoy the many lasting memories the great outdoors can give.

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I Crair's cosmetics SiNTO

I Crair’s cosmetics SiNTO

As a partner of I Criar, transcosmos provides I Criar with a wide range of cosmetic manufacturing operations services at its warehouses, such as changing the mix of cosmetic product bundles and more.

transcosmos inc. is pleased to announce that the company has begun offering cosmetic manufacturing services – the services that transcosmos has been bolstering – to I Criar Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan; President and CEO: Shinichiro Kobayashi), the operator of cosmetic brand “SiNTO.” Cosmetic manufacturing (packaging, labeling, storage) Registration number: 12CZ200326

With its name originating from “SHINTO – permeate-,” the essential factor for skin care products, SiNTO is a popular cosmetic brand that uses probiotics that nurture the skin microbiome. As a partner of I Criar, transcosmos provides I Criar with diverse cosmetic manufacturing operations services at its warehouse such as changing the mix of cosmetic product bundles and more. Going forward, transcosmos will provide not only I Criar but also to many more cosmetics brands with an extensive range of services including both domestic and international shipping.

transcosmos obtained a cosmetic manufacturing license in November 2020 at its “E-Commerce One-Stop Center Kita-Kashiwa,” its logistics center specifically designed for e-commerce business. Since then, the company has been offering an end-to-end cosmetics distribution processing service, including packaging, labeling, storage and all other operations that fall under the category of cosmetics manufacturing.

  • About I Criar Co., Ltd.

I Criar was founded as an affiliate of Holon System Co., Ltd., succeeding Holon System’s cosmetics business. With “I” representing both “I – myself” and “Love – I in Japanese” and “Criar” “creative” and “clear,” I Criar aims to be a company that enables customers to “create myself (I),” “create love (I),” and “make myself beautiful and healthy.” Under this commitment, I Criar disseminates the appeal of “safe, secure, and high quality” MADE IN JAPAN products to the world via its SiNTO brand. Visit SiNTO website here (no translation available): https://sinto-cosme.jp/

  • About transcosmos e-commerce support services

Recognizing the e-commerce market expansion, transcosmos offers a variety of service menus to assist clients in expanding e-commerce sales, and launching and rebuilding their e-commerce business, taking into consideration the size and the positioning of the business within their company. With its end-to-end services from providing consultation, to developing e-commerce systems, to defining operations to outsource, to developing marketing strategies, to customer support, to delivery, transcosmos helps clients succeed in their e-commerce business.

  • E-Commerce One-Stop Center Kita-Kashiwa basic information

Address: LOGIPORT Kita Kashiwa, 13-1 Matsugasaki Nitta, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Japan

Access: By train: 6 minutes’ walk from JR Jyoban line “Kita Kashiwa Station”

By car: Near National Route 16 / along National Route 6, approximately 6 km from Kashiwa interchange on the Joban Expressway

Usable area (after extension): 4,110 tsubo

Security: ISO27001 certification (information security managers stationed, indoor security cameras, 24/7 security guards)

Facilities / equipment: Warehouse Management System (WMS), handy terminals, automated material handling systems (automatic case sealers, automatic labelers), shrink wrap machines, air cushion machines, etc.

Visit here for E-Commerce One-Stop Center Kita-Kashiwa: https://www.trans-cosmos.co.jp/english/ec/one-stop.html

(About EC-X)

transcosmos “EC-X Series,” a set of e-commerce solutions, offers best solutions that address specific challenges each client faces.

Visit here for EC-X special website (no translation available): https://transcosmos-ecx.jp/

*transcosmos is a trademark or registered trademark of transcosmos inc. in Japan and other countries.

*Other company names and product or service names used here are trademarks or registered trademarks of respective companies.

About transcosmos inc.

transcosmos launched its operations in 1966. Since then, we have combined superior “people” with up-to-date “technology” to enhance the competitive strength of our clients by providing them with superior and valuable services. transcosmos currently offers services that support clients’ business processes focusing on both sales expansion and cost optimization through our 167 bases across 30 countries/regions with a focus on Asia, while continuously pursuing Operational Excellence. Furthermore, following the expansion of the e-commerce market on the global scale, transcosmos provides comprehensive One-Stop Global E-Commerce Services to deliver our clients’ excellent products and services to consumers in 48 countries/regions around the globe. transcosmos aims to be the “Global Digital Transformation Partner” of our clients, supporting the clients’ transformation by leveraging digital technology, responding to the ever-changing business environment. Visit us here https://www.trans-cosmos.co.jp/english/

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Coveo Hosts International Data Science Challenge for AI and Ecommerce…

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Coveo, a leader in AI-powered relevance platforms that transform search, recommendations, and personalization within digital experiences, today announced it will host the 2021 Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR) eCom Data Challenge, leading efforts to further ecommerce research.

The SIGIR eCom Data Challenge has previously been hosted by industry behemoths including Rakuten and eBay, and is the world’s top venue for industry practitioners and researchers interested in information retrieval and AI applied to ecommerce technology.

For the SIGIR eCom Data Challenge, researchers will work to solve two core ecommerce problems — product recommendations and cart abandonment predictions — using an anonymized data set containing millions of shopping sessions from an average ecommerce website.

Product recommendations are an important strategy for ecommerce websites of all shapes and sizes, and by understanding cart abandonment better, companies can more reliably and confidently predict intent. New research and understanding in both areas would advance the ecommerce industry.

Retail and ecommerce giants lead the majority of ecommerce research, but their research doesn’t apply to all the players. This makes Coveo’s data challenge a significant opportunity for the ecommerce and scientific communities to make progress in the democratization of AI.

“We’re honored that SIGIR eCom chose Coveo to host this year’s challenge for what is always a steep competition. I believe it’s a testament to our team’s AI work over the last year, in which we had more than a dozen peer-reviewed papers published,” said Ciro Greco, Director of AI at Coveo. “We’re excited to see what insights the scientific community can derive from our data and to continue to do our part to expand AI and ecommerce research.”

The call for papers opened on April 21, and registration to participate closes on June 1. See below for the full timeline:

  • June 1: Registration deadline
  • June 8: Paper submissions open
  • June 15: Final leaderboard announced
  • June 25: Paper submissions close
  • July 15: Workshop

Sign up for the SIGIR eCom Data Challenge today or learn more here.

About Coveo

Relevance is what creates winners in digital experiences. Coveo is a leading cloud-based AI-powered relevance platform. Coveo is the intelligence layer that injects relevance into digital experiences, with applied AI-driven solutions spanning intelligent search through recommendation and personalization solutions for ecommerce, service, and workplace.

Coveo has more than 1,500 implementations around the world, with clients including Tableau, Dell, Palo Alto Networks, Xero and Motorola Solutions. Coveo is supported by a network of accredited global partners, integrators and alliances, including Salesforce, ServiceNow, Sitecore, Accenture, Deloitte, and Ernst & Young.

Coveo and the Coveo Relevance Cloud are trademarks of Coveo Solutions, Inc.

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“I hope this study will inform and accelerate legislative change, driving a consistent approach to seller verification and sanctions for repeat illicit activity.” — Simon Baggs, CEO and co-founder of Incopro

A new study released today by online brand protection software provider, Incopro, has found that a core group of repeat sellers are responsible for a disproportionate share of illicit activity on online marketplaces and social sites. In the study, Incopro analyzed more than 1.5 million automated requests, sent on behalf of 750+ brands between November 2019 and November 2020, asking for illicit offers for sale to be removed across 34 global marketplaces and social sites. Incopro found that one in five of its automated requests to remove fake listings related to 3% of illicit sellers.

In the report, titled: “Three Strikes and Out: How Ecommerce Platforms Can Protect Consumers from Repeat Offenders,“ Incopro also explores the connection between repeat sellers of illicit goods and services and the monetary gain that could be secured if online marketplaces and social sites were to implement two baseline requirements: (1) all seller identities should be verified; and (2) all sellers should be removed from the marketplace or social site if identified as selling illicit goods and services on more than three occasions (“three strikes”). Implementing a uniform approach could significantly reduce illicit sales and save up to $78B of losses annually.

“With the pandemic driving an accelerated shift to online retail, it is critical that more is done to protect brands and consumers,” said Simon Baggs, CEO and co-founder of Incopro. “We are seeing huge increases in brand misuse, a trend which has already caught the eye of legislators in the United States and Europe. I hope this study will inform and accelerate legislative change, driving a consistent approach to seller verification and sanctions for repeat illicit activity.”

According to Incopro’s study:

  • The most aggressive, repeated use of ecommerce operations to infringe rights and harm consumers comes from only 3% of illicit sellers. Incopro defined this group as sellers whose listings have been flagged to online platforms on more than three separate days.
  • 21% of all the removal requests sent to online platforms by Incopro concerned the most aggressive group of repeat illicit sellers; hence, one out of five illicit offers for sale are generated by a core of 3% of wrongdoers.
  • Currently, 68% of the online marketplaces and social sites analyzed (23 of 34) have some policy in place to tackle repeat sellers of illegitimate goods; however, only three of these platforms have publicly announced, strict “three strikes” policies that consistently result in banning repeat illicit sellers: Alibaba, Aliexpress, and Taobao.
  • A minimum of 11% of all harmful online offers could be stopped immediately if robust seller verification was combined with a consistently implemented “three strikes” model (i.e., banning flagged sellers after three separate days of enforcement). This figure rises to 24% if the removal policy were applied more strictly (i.e., banning sellers after three non-genuine listings).

According to The Global Brand Counterfeiting Report, monetary losses suffered by the public due to online counterfeiting are estimated at $323B annually. If consumers are exposed to 11% fewer non-genuine offers on ecommerce platforms worldwide (per Incopro’s findings above), this would amount to $35B saved — and $78B saved with stricter policies. The equivalent revenue would also be captured by the true rights holders selling legitimate products and services.

Added Baggs: “Nearly two thirds of consumers lose trust in a marketplace after being deceived by a counterfeit seller, according to a recent Incopro consumer survey. Platforms have much to gain from instituting stricter measures that lead to the removal of repeat sellers of illicit goods and services, including a reduced admin workload and increased trust in their own brands.”

The full report is now available for download at https://www.incoproip.com/reports/. Incopro will also host a webinar to address the research findings in the coming weeks.

About Incopro

Incopro uses technology to find and remove online brand misuse. Over 750 brands use Incopro to protect their consumers and revenues. Customers include Mondelez, Dr. Martens, Reckitt Benckiser, Superdry, New Era, Brother, Adobe, ghd and Ted Baker. Incopro’s analyst teams in the U.S., Europe and China use data science and machine learning technology to secure removal of brand misuse online. Incopro was founded in London in 2012 by CEO and IP lawyer Simon Baggs, and CTO and system architect, Bret Boivin. To learn more, please visit http://www.incoproip.com.

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Omnisend and GiveNKind Partnership Helps Ecommerce Brands Eliminate…

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Working directly with tens of thousands of ecommerce businesses, we are in a fortunate position to help bridge the gap between the business of ecommerce and environmental waste. -Rytis Lauris, CEO, Omnisend

Omnisend, the email and SMS marketing automation platform built for ecommerce businesses, is celebrating Earth Day by partnering with GiveNKind to reduce ecommerce waste. The new partnership encourages ecommerce brands to donate unused inventory to nonprofit organizations.

U.S. businesses interested in the program, whether once or on a recurring basis, can submit an application and work with GiveNKind to identify nonprofits in their own regions of operation. GiveNKind’s current roster of nonprofits, which totals 355, ranges from large entities with sites across the nation to small and locally based organizations.

Founded in Chicago by Emily Petway, GiveNKind serves as a broker between businesses with usable—but unsellable—products and charitable organizations that can use them. It has placed $3.7 million goods since October 2018.

She describes the organization as one that produces a win-win-win situation. It benefits individuals living in underserved communities who are in need, the nonprofits that assist them, and businesses with a surplus of goods that would otherwise be trashed.

“Nonprofits don’t have to go out and procure the goods themselves, warehouse them and worry about the logistics. They are just able to focus on their programs,” said Petway, the organization’s executive director. “For the ecommerce brand, it’s not only giving them that corporate social responsibility ‘good-feel’ and elevating their business in the eyes of the community, but it is helping them to remove items from their warehouses so they’re not paying the fee or having to dump it.”

Merchants are dumping a lot. According to a 2019 impact report from technology company Optoro, 5 billion pounds’ worth of returns populate U.S. landfills each year. With the pandemic shifting droves of shoppers online, especially during the 2020 holiday season, figures are anticipated to escalate.

“Consumers are increasingly expecting businesses to be part of the environmental solution,” said Rytis Lauris, CEO and co-founder of Omnisend. “Working directly with tens of thousands of ecommerce businesses, we are in a fortunate position to help bridge the gap between the business of ecommerce and environmental waste. This partnership is a perfect means for brands to turn their environmental consciousness into real action.”

To learn more about GiveNKind and its partnership with Omnisend, visit https://lp.omnisend.com/givenkind.

About Omnisend

Omnisend is an ecommerce-tailored email and SMS marketing automation platform built to help nimble teams drive more revenue without increasing their workload. One-click ecommerce stack integrations, pre-built workflows, and intuitive drag and drop editing make it easy to get up and running without diving into the gritty details, unless you want to.

More than 50,000 ecommerce brands use Omnisend to grow their businesses on autopilot, converting their customers with quick-to-build, highly-relevant emails and texts. Learn more at http://www.omnisend.com.

About GiveNKind

GiveNKind is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization that matches unwanted inventory from businesses, fulfillment centers, and distributors and makes those goods available at no cost to 501(c)3 nonprofits. GiveNKind works with 355 nonprofits, and since 2018, has kept more than $3.7 million worth of goods out of landfills. Learn more at https://givenkind.org.

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