ROK Global PLC, the mobile and web technologies, applications and services company, has announced its online retail company which promotes sustainable and eco-friendly brands and products, JP Selects, has now added its 120th brand partner, some 2 months ahead of schedule.
Recent brands that have joined www.JPSelects.com include the American Seafood Company, the largest sustainability-driven seafood company in the United States; the American Blues Company RECO recycled women jeans; Ilhwa, the oldest premium ginseng producer in Korea and Groupe Batteur, the leading organic skincare range in France.
Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman of ROK Global said “We believe JP Selects is the fastest growing online eco-conscious retailer with the broadest portfolio of sustainable products in the world and we are delighted to be adding new brands and products of the highest quality and integrity to our ever-expanding portfolio even faster than we had originally anticipated.”
ROK Global, listed on the Open Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, was co-founded by US Billionaire John Paul DeJoria, the co-founder of Paul Mitchell hair care systems and Patron Tequila, the world’s biggest premium tequila brand, and UK serial technology entrepreneur, Jonathan Kendrick.
In addition to JP Selects, ROK Global has pioneered the development of several innovative mobile and web technologies including high quality Mobile TV which streams video over mass-market 2.5G GPRS as well as 3G and Wi-Fi, mobile-phone security and policing software which it licenses to law enforcement agencies and cutting-edge multi-language text-to-speech technologies.
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