October 21, 2017

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DCC CIS opens its doors

A record number of IT vendors and retailers from across Russia and the CIS are gathering in Moscow this week for the fifth annual Digital Consumer Channel CIS event. More than 550 channel-focused executives working in this key global growth market are taking part in a packed agenda of one-on-one meetings, boardroom sessions and professional networking activities. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 18 June 2008

Genius grabs Retail Academy Award

Genius Computer Technology picked up the Retail Vendor of the Year Award for Accessories at the inaugural Middle East Retail Academy Awards held in conjunction with Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) Middle East and Africa (MEA). More than 100 senior retail executives took part in a live electronic voting process during the awards ceremony to determine the winner in each category. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 10 June 2008

Dell celebrates Retail Academy Award success

Hardware giant Dell is celebrating its success at the inaugural Middle East Retail Academy Awards, held in conjunction with Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) MEA. Dell picked up the Retail Vendor of the Year Award for Desktops / Notebooks with 32% of the votes cast during a live electronic voting session. “This is a moment of great pride and achievement for all of us,” commented Michael Collins, general manager at Dell Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 9 June 2008

The Middle East Retail Academy Awards - Retailers

The Middle East Retail Academy Awards, held in conjunction with Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) Middle East & Africa (MEA), introduced live electronic voting to channel awards. The glittering awards ceremony was an exciting and action-packed evening. Channel EMEA brings you full details of the retailer and distributor award winners as voted for live by more than 100 senior executives from the vendor community. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 3 June 2008

Redington picks up retail distribution accolade

Redington Gulf picked up the coveted Retail Distributor of the Year prize at the recent Middle East Retail Academy Awards, held in conjunction with Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) Middle East and Africa. During a live voting session, Redington picked up 37% of votes cast to take the prize. The four other nominees for the prize – as selected by an executive committee of 20 retailers prior to the live voting at the ceremony – were Delta, Emitac, ITE and Source IT. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Sharaf DG bags a brace

IT and consumer electronics retailer Sharaf DG is celebrating after picking up two prizes at the inaugural Middle East Retail Academy Awards. Sharaf DG took home the ‘Best Retailer for Marketing/ Promotion’ and ‘Store Concept of the Year’ awards. Close to 100 senior vendor executives took part in a live electronic voting session to determine the retail winners during the recent awards ceremony. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 29 May 2008

i2 wins Retail Academy Award

Mobile phone retail and distribution giant i2 picked up a prize at the inaugural Middle East Retail Academy Awards. i2 was awarded the prize for specialist retailer of the year, picking up 35% of the votes cast during the live electronic voting process. More than 100 vendor executives voted live to pick the award winner from a shortlist of five nominees in the specialist retailer category. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 28 May 2008

HP cements Middle East retail credentials

The HP Middle East retail team is reaching out to partners from across the region at this year’s Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) event held in Fujairah, UAE. HP claims that it is working closer with its retail partners to meet the needs of increasingly sophisticated consumers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 May 2008

PC price points slide

The latest PC shipment data from the number crunchers at Gartner has shown first quarter 2008 unit sales in Western Europe climbing 14.1% year-on-year to 15.2 million units. The change in the dollar-euro exchange rate allowed vendors to reduce average selling prices (ASPs) much faster than expected, according to the team at Gartner. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 16 May 2008

Retail giant DSGi fights back

Challenging trading conditions, profit warnings and the impending arrival of Best Buy in Europe have created a perfect storm for embattled IT and consumer electronics retail giant DSGi. The company has today announced a wide-ranging review of its operations designed to transform the group’s fortunes. So what changes can European consumers expect to see from DSGi in the months and years to come? Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 15 May 2008

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