Things to know about Bigcommerce to Create a Beautiful Online Store

There are many challenges that online retailers face to target the right audience. It becomes essential to choose the right Bigcommerce development company.

FREMONT, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2021 / — You need the right resources to bring a fantastic product that attracts audiences effortlessly. This is where Bigcommerce development can be a splendid solution for every problem. It helps to start a business with a minimal span of time.

There are many challenges that online retailers face to target the right audience. It becomes essential to choose the right Bigcommerce development company. Quality developers will help in improving brand experiences which helps in gaining potential customers.

Various Bigcommerce Developers in the market to be a backbone for your e-commerce store:

Frontend Bigcommerce Developer: These create the website design. They will use HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to build interactive elements of the website. Developers will handle what customers see and touch on the Bigcommerce store.

Backend Bigcommerce Developer: They will deal with the server-side of the website. Some languages used are PHP, Java, Ruby, and Python. This job is tough as they need to ensure that your store runs successfully at great speed.

Full-stack Bigcommerce Developer: These experts are knowledgeable about the front and back of the development. They have an understanding of the requirements and expectations of an e-commerce store.

Reasons to choose Bigcommerce Store for building your dream e-commerce store are:

● Manage Products, Customers, and Orders
Bigcommerce developers can use the dashboard to handle orders, products, and returns. Customers get advanced filtering options that are based on categories, pricing, brands, and more. It lets you manage volumes of customers quickly.

● It is SEO-ready
In this increasingly competitive space, it is tough to handle e-commerce business. Optimizing the store means you need to update the store with the changing algorithms of the search engines. Bigcommerce developers will follow the latest SEO practices and add rich information to your e-commerce store.

● Mobile Responsive themes and templates
There are a variety of templates and themes that gets regular updates. Most of these themes are mobile-friendly, which helps in optimizing the Bigcommerce store and improve your sales.

● Better Customer Support
It has the most hospitable service team. They are all the answers and provide quick support whenever required. Things that make Bigcommerce service provider a significant choice are:

● Shorter wait time
● Dedicated Bigcommerce experts
● Better customer services
● All the time access of support team

They also offer training, instructional, and coaching support for all types of businesses.

● Marketing tools and Analytics
Instead of integrating third-party tools, Bigcommerce has built-in features for such analytical programs. Some salient features are:

● Sell gift vouchers
● Give various discounts
● Auto-generate coupons
● Launch multiple email marketing campaigns
● Validate various customers

Setup, Debug, and Grow with Bigcommerce!

Bigcommerce development company uses less code and maintenance when compared to other platforms in the market. An experienced Bigcommerce developer will help in saving the time and money required to build an e-commerce store.

When you indulge with an organization, they will help give a professional look to the web pages. Your E-commerce store will have faster website page loads in demand to gain profit and improve your brand reputation.

Elsner has cross-trained its developers and designers to build strategies that enhance conversion rates. We understand how essential it is to increase revenue for online businesses. It might not be easy to adapt to a rapidly changing market. A Bigcommerce Development Company, we analyze and evaluate the crucial parameter to run a business successfully.

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The Sturge-Weber Foundation Announces the First National Million Miles for Sturge-Weber Syndrome Fundraising Campaign

Million Miles Campaign logo for the Sturge-Weber Foundation

The official logo for the 1st annual Million Miles for Sturge-Weber Syndrome Campaign

April 1st marks the opening of the First National Sturge-Weber Foundation (SWF) Million Miles for Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) Fundraising Campaign.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2021 / — April 1st marks the opening of the First National Sturge-Weber Foundation (SWF) Million Miles for Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) Fundraising Campaign. The event will take place virtually, across the United States from April 1st through June 30th in an effort to provide more public awareness of SWS as well as raise funding for patient/caregiver programs and critical research. Several corporations have joined SWF by sponsoring this event: UCB Pharmaceuticals, Qlaris Bio Ocular Therapeutics , Axiom Advisory Group, Coolibar and Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery.

SWF collaborates with over 23 Clinical Care Network centers nationally (CCN), that provide expert treatment and research study on the various conditions associated with SWS. The CCNs are taking an active role in this campaign as “Team Leaders”, building teams of participants to run, walk, cycle or wheelchair miles to reach one million miles. All participants will try to achieve 100,000 steps within the 90 day period.

This fundraising campaign is open to anyone interested in getting outside to exercise and would like a great cause as incentive. To learn more or participate, individuals may visit the SWF website at Participants may join an established team at one of the SWF CCNs or on their own. Centers that are participating are: Bascom Palmer Eye Institute; Boston Children’s Hospital; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital; Cook Children’s Medical Center; Dell Children’s Medical Center; The Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital; Mayo Clinic-Minnesota; Mayo Clinic-Arizona; Mayo Clinic-Florida; University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital; Nationwide Children’s Hospital; Nemours duPont Hospital for Children; NYU Langone Medical Center; Rady Children’s Hospital; Seattle Children’s Hospital; Texas Children’s Hospital; University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center; University of North Carolina-Chappell Hill; University of California – San Francisco; University of Utah; Will’s Eye Institute/Jefferson Hospital and UC Davis Children’s Hospital, Sacramento.

The Texas Children’s Hospital CCN will hold a “Million Miles Kick-off” event along with the SWF home office in Houston, TX on Saturday, April 10, 2021. Time and location to be announced via social media and the SWF website (;;;

The Sturge-Weber Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that exists to provide support for patients and families living with SWS, fund research and clinical trials, and host educational programs and conferences to inform the public, professionals and those diagnosed with the most current information. For additional information, visit

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iWave Again Receives Highest Award As A “Leader”, Rated #1 In G2’s Spring 2021 Grid Report for Donor Prospect Research

iWave #1 Fundraising Solution For Nonprofits

iWave Fundraising Solutions For Nonprofits

G2 Leader and #1 Donor Prospect Research

G2 Leader and #1 Spring 2021 Donor Prospect Research

G2 Leader and #1 Donor Prospect Research

G2 Momentum Leader and #1 Donor Prospect Research

Peer-to-peer review website, G2, confirmed iWave is again the #1 top-rated provider of fundraising intelligence solutions

CHARLOTTETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA, April 1, 2021 / — iWave, the industry’s leading fundraising intelligence platform, today announced its position again as the #1 highest rated solution in the Leader quadrant in G2’s Spring 2021 Grid® Report and the top spot in the G2 Momentum Grid for Donor Prospect Research. Leaders are determined by their high levels of customer satisfaction and likeliness to recommend ratings from real users on G2, the world’s leading business solutions review website.

iWave’s commitment to customer satisfaction and success is reflected by the nonprofit industry and its members. Based on real-time user reviews by nonprofit professionals who work in fundraising and prospect development, iWave received the highest Satisfaction Score among solutions in Donor Prospect Research. This is the 40th award that iWave has received from G2.

With over 200 reviews, iWave outperformed all other fundraising intelligence and prospect research solutions with a score of 95 in overall satisfaction outranking DonorSearch at 79 and WealthEngine at 69, clearly ranking it the best and easiest to use fundraising solution available to nonprofit organizations.

iWave also led the G2 Momentum Grid Report with a Momentum Grid Score of 81, outperforming DonorSearch at 66 and WealthEngine at 39. The G2 Momentum score is a reflection of employee growth, reviews, social, web growth and year-over-year change.

“Once again it is a great honor and achievement to have received this positive feedback and recognition from the nonprofit community,” said iWave President and CEO Ross Beattie. “We care about our clients’ missions and that is what ultimately drives our behavior and authentic desire to do the best we possibly can for our clients. We continue to invest in product innovation and client experience to help ensure our clients’ success and please stay tuned for more exciting innovation announcements over the next few months.”

“The User Experience is our central focus. We constantly strive to exceed expectations by being responsive to the users’ needs and questions,” said iWave Director of Client Success, Penny Rennie. “With dedicated, Client Success Managers, our customers have a champion and trusted advisor to help attain their fundraising goals.”

What Real Users Say About iWave

“The iWave Team are friendly and work to make sure that the user has the best use of the product. The RelSci connection is of high interest for our organization and the ability to search for specific positions within a company."

“The new iWave layout is user friendly and appealing! Having all data on one single page is good to work with. All the donor profiles that I created as a user, having it in one place as my own database helps me to keep track of my work too. Overall saves time and improves your work efficiency. Once you get to know what to look for in iWave everything is easy."

“iWave has the most comprehensive, easy to use wealth prospecting information on the market. From the 360 review for individuals to the foundation and corporate modules, everything is there. They assemble so much information and then compile it into a fairly easy to use review system. Even when I've left organizations and moved on, I usually go back to iWave and bring them onboard as my preferred wealth engine provider. Also, the customer service and support is always prompt, friendly, helpful and outstanding. The people that work on their team are really wonderful.”

“It's comprehensive in both breadth and depth of information. It makes research very efficient for shops with only one researcher.”

About G2
Headquartered in Chicago, G2 is revolutionizing the way businesses discover, buy and manage software and services. More than three million users per month rely on G2 to help them find and buy the best software for their businesses. The platform has more than a million verified reviews and $100M in total funding invested by IVP, Accel Partners, LinkedIn, Emergence Capital, Pritzker Group, Chicago Ventures, Hyde Park Ventures, industry leaders and founders. G2’s customers include Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM and Zoom and Its most recent funding, a $55M Series C, was announced in October, closely followed by the company’s acquisitions of Siftery and Advocately.

About iWave:
iWave, the industry’s top-rated fundraising intelligence platform, enables nonprofit organizations to fundraise with confidence. In a new era of nonprofit fundraising, iWave solves critical challenges facing fundraising professionals today: how to identify, qualify and retain donors to raise more major gifts. iWave’s intuitive and easy-to-use solutions give access to the industry’s highest quality wealth and philanthropic information so you can determine who to ask, how much to ask for, and when to ask. Since 1991, over 6000 clients, including many of the largest education, healthcare and nonprofit organizations in the world, have relied on iWave to power their fundraising efforts.
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Media must help to facilitate evidence-informed policies on road safety

A new study by The George Institute has found that media in India does not follow WHO road safety reporting guidelines

Media is a critical gatekeeper, drives the narrative and influences policy response. We urge media to help facilitate evidence -informed policies for road safety.””

— Jagnoor Jagnoor

NEW DELHI, DELHI, INDIA, April 1, 2021 / — Road traffic collisions are a major contributor to injury-related deaths in India but advocacy and effective action to mitigate this has been limited. Media coverage of road traffic collisions may influence preventative action and influence the understanding, prioritisations and actions taken by both individuals and decision makers towards improving safety.

While the World Health Organisation (WHO) has detailed guidelines on reporting on road safety that provides journalists direction on covering road traffic collisions to influence evidence- based action, a new study by researchers from The George Institute for Global Health published in the BMJ Global Health today titled “Media coverage and framing of road safety in India” found that the most common media coverage was on single collisions which was not a WHO recommended story angle.

Researchers conducted an analysis of Indian media in English to assess whether coverage met the WHO’s Reporting on Road Safety guidelines for evidence- based reporting of road traffic collisions. A total of 458 English- language articles published online between March 2018 and February 2019 were assessed against the seven recommended story angles and seven recommended key elements in the WHO guidelines.

“The most common story angle was descriptions of single collisions, which was not a WHO- recommended story angle. These included limited key elements such as use of human story or linking to road safety risks or evidence- based solutions,” said Medhavi Gupta, Research assistant and PhD candidate, injury program, at the George Institute.

Targeted media coverage of system- level evidence- based solutions to road traffic collisions was also lacking. journalists were not incorporating important elements in their articles such as human stories and discussion of broader economic and health impacts and were not incorporating a range of stakeholder voices, she added.

However, some articles did follow the WHO recommended story angles with 22.1 per cent discussing specific road safety solutions and a further 6.3 per cent discussing vulnerable groups. Almost all articles avoided the use of technical language, but only 2 per cent explicitly stated that road traffic collisions were preventable. More than half identified at least one evidence- based solution. Very few articles discussed economic or health impacts of road traffic collisions.

“Indian media in English can improve reporting by focusing on human stories and documenting experiences of those injured in road traffic collisions. Coverage should also focus more on evidence- based solutions, emphasising the systems approach which encourages government action rather than changes to individual behaviour,” said Jagnoor Jagnoor, Head Injury Division at The George Institute.

“We recommend that media coverage of road traffic collisions in India and other contexts can be improved by putting greater focus on system- level evidence- based solutions, policies and discussing injuries in addition to deaths,” said Jagnoor, adding “ Policies are socially constructed phenomena. Media is a critical gatekeeper, drives the narrative and influences policy response. We urge media to help facilitate evidence -informed policies for road safety.”

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