Clover Imaging Group Rebrands as Clover Environmental Solutions

Clover Imaging Group announced it has rebranded as Clover Environmental Solutions to greater align with the company’s expansion strategy into other sustainable lifecycle management services and solutions. The rebrand to Clover Environmental Solutions better reflects the totality of the circular economy services the company can offer its customers, specifically focused on environmentally friendly solutions around the recapture, reuse, and recommerce of goods across a variety of product categories.

Clover Environmental Solutions is comprised of three divisions – Sustainable Imaging Supplies, Fulfillment Services, and Returns Management Solutions. Under the Sustainable Imaging Supplies Division, the company will continue to go to market under its well-established operating entities: Clover Imaging Group, Depot International, and Latin Parts. Phoenix Direct will operate under the Fulfillment Services Division, specializing in providing end-to-end logistics solutions including omni-channel fulfillment to help brands streamline their operations and meet the evolving needs of their customers. The Returns Management Solutions Division will provide manufacturers and retailers with circular economy solutions for the recovery, refurbishment, and redistribution of business and consumer goods.

To learn more about Clover Environmental Solutions, please visit the new website

Global Office Chair Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.59%, to be valued at USD 21.77 Billion by 2028

Office chairs are no longer just functional furniture pieces; they are also seen as a part of the overall office decor. As a result, many people are looking for chairs that are not only comfortable but also stylish and aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, they look out for customized preferences, such as adjustable lumbar support, armrests, and seat height. Comfortable office chairs can help improve productivity by reducing fatigue and discomfort, allowing people to focus on their work for longer periods. As people become more aware of the prolonged effects of sitting, they are seeking out office chairs that provide proper support and comfort. With the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have had to switch to remote work. As a result, people are spending more time sitting in their office chairs at home. This has led to an increase in demand for ergonomic and comfortable office chairs.

Highlights from the Bonafide Research Report:

  • Ergonomic chairs are the most frequently bought furniture in offices, accounting for 77.97%. As the chair can be customized to fit the user’s body and work style to prevent back pain, neck pain, and other health problems.
  • Leather chair demand is projected to grow at 6.42%, as it provides a professional and upscale look to an office space.
  • Online sales of office chairs account for USD 4.76 billion and are projected to grow further at a CAGR of 7.48%.
  • China, Japan, and India together account for 22.86% of the global office chair market.
  • South America will exhibit considerable growth in demand for office chairs at a CAGR of 6.31% during the forecast period, compared to Europe and North America.

To read the full article, visit the Yahoo Finance website. 

Phishing Attacks are on the Rise! How to Spot a Sophisticated Phishing Attack

Phishing is a type of social engineering attack often used to steal a user’s data, often including login credentials and credit card numbers. It occurs when an attacker – pretending to be a trusted entity – tricks a victim into opening an email, instant message, or text message, opening an attachment, or entering their credentials into a fake login page.

Phishing attacks remain on the rise, year after year. According to, almost 350 billion emails are estimated to be sent daily in 2022. What is really shocking with this stat is that over half of all emails sent contain some sort of malware, ransomware, spyware, etc.

COPA’s affiliate partner, E-TECH has written a great article with 7 key tips for spotting and avoiding phishing attacks. Visit the E-TECH website to read the full article. 

Office Depot CEO: The ‘New ODP’ On Path To ‘Unlocking The Full Potential Of Our Business’

Back in 2022 ODP, the parent company of Office Depot, reorganized into four separate business units, including its B2B-focused ODP Business Solutions Division, its retail-focused Office Depot Division, its supply chain and procurement-focused Veyer Division, and its B2B marketplace-focused Varis Division. ODP is continuing its transition from dependence on its traditional commercial business and looking more and more like a B2B product and service provider based on its first fiscal quarter 2023 results.

“[This] allows us to more fully utilize our assets, provide greater transparency into the value of our business, and create new avenues for growth,” ODP CEO Gerry Smith said. “We are a new ODP, and we’re on a path to unlocking the full potential of our business and setting us apart from others in the industry. We believe we’re only in the early stages of unlocking our potential through this transformation, which is only beginning to be recognized externally.”

To read the full article, visit the CRN website. 

Source:  CRN