AI shopping data platform Cosmose AI has increased its presence in the Japanese market, naming Kiminari Takahashi head of sales and partnerships for the region.
Takahashi is an industry veteran with more than seven years of experience in adtech and retail, and also brings a deep knowledge of Japan that will benefit the company in the world's third-largest economy. He was a top sales director for RTB House and his work has been highlighted by Forbes.
Cosmose AI recently reached over 100,000 stores in Tokyo and has seen its technology scale significantly across Japan.
"I am thrilled to join the team. The Cosmose product is already trusted by global brands, including LVMH, Richemont and Walmart, and I’m excited to grow its presence across the Japanese market and help retail partners amplify offline data marketing," said Takahashi.
“We’re looking forward to empowering offline retailers in Japan to help them bounce back faster from the pandemic and increase sales. We’re thrilled to have Takahashi strengthen relationships with our existing partners and clients, and continue to build new business opportunities in Japan to become the number one in understanding offline shoppers and driving offline visits," added Miron Mironiuk, CEO and founder of Cosmose AI.
Takahashi's appointment is effective immediately.