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ComTrade opens new retail outlet

South East Europe IT powerhouse ComTrade Group has opened its latest retail outlet in Belgrade, Serbia. The latest ComTrade shop has opened in the Usce shopping centre, enhancing the retailer’s reputation as a leading supplier of consumer ICT kit in the country. The latest outlet covers some 750 square metres and stocks products from 40-plus vendors. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 2 April 2009

HP maps out PartnerOne changes

HP will implement a number of changes to its PartnerOne channel programme as of May 1st 2009. HP claims that the changes will provide partners with a streamlined product offering, easier business processes, as well as more competitive pricing and compensation. According to the vendor, partners will also benefit from an improved cash-to-cash cycle and more predictable compensation. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 1 April 2009

DISTREE Channel Week format unveiled for Russia & CIS

Channel development in Russia & CIS will become a whole lot easier in 2009 with the launch of the first ever DISTREE Channel Week from June 17th to 19th in Moscow. The event unites Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) and Digital Business Channel (DBC) in one super sized format, letting vendors and channel partners achieve more in a shorter period of time. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 31 March 2009

Seagate sets out retail agenda

Seagate will drive towards Middle East retail channel success by participating at this year’s Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) event in the UAE. During the event, which takes place on May 19th to 21st, Seagate will display their award winning external drive solutions to hundreds of senior retail executives from across the region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 31 March 2009

UAE retail opportunities remain

Research firm Datamonitor reckons that there are still huge opportunities for UAE retailers despite the current downturn, but only if they are prepared to implement best practice policies within their business. Datamonitor is advising retailers to focus on the whole retail experience and improve customer service levels to make it through the current market conditions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 March 2009

Sharaf DG slashes prices to boost sales

UAE retail powerhouse Sharaf DG has embarked on a bout of heavy discounting to kick start sales at its Times Square Centre store in Dubai. Sharaf has worked closely with vendors to launch its first ever sale on kit including laptops, mobile phones, cameras, televisions, IT products, home appliances and other electronics. The sale saw the ticket price on some items slashed by up to 70%. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 March 2009

Toshiba targets Middle East retail channel

Toshiba Europe’s storage device decision will attend Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) MEA in May to showcase its portfolio of products to retail channel executives from across the Middle East. Toshiba now offers its own line of portable external hard disk drives, which it claims combine style with uncompromising hard disk drive technology. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 25 March 2009

Belkin boosts MEA channel team

Networking and peripherals vendor Belkin has boosted its Middle East and Africa channel team, recruiting Youssef El-Arif as national account manager for the region. The appointment, which forms part of Belkin’s regional expansion plans, will see El-Arif assume responsibility for managing partner relations with retailers and distributors. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 24 March 2009

Eros opens latest Dubai-based store

Eros Digital Home has opened its latest Dubai-based retail outlet at the Arabian Centre mall in Mirdiff. Eros reckons that its new digital lifestyle store will draw shoppers from Sharjah as well as from the urban suburb of Mirdiff itself. The 1,700 square foot store hopes to create a comfortable experience for consumers coupled with high quality service. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 24 March 2009

Extra eyes growing Saudi CE spend

Saudi Arabian retail chain Extra hopes to take advantage of the Kingdom’s growing electronics market in 2009. Extra reckons that the Saudi electronics market was worth US$5.6 billion in 2008 with this figure expected to grow 3.3% in 2009. The average annual expenditure on electronics products by each Saudi family is in excess of US$1,000 according to Extra. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 23 March 2009

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