April 30, 2017

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Eros becomes Nokia KDR

Eros Digital Home has been appointed as a key distributor retailer (KDR) in the UAE by mobile phone colossus Nokia. The agreement means that Nokia mobile phones and accessories will now be available in all Eros Digital Home outlets across the UAE. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 17 March 2008

Trigon bags BenQ LCD TV rights in UAE

Retail distribution specialist Trigon has been awarded distribution rights for BenQ LCD TVs in the UAE. BenQ Middle East hopes to boost its LCD TV market share in the UAE and capture 10% of the total available market – a share that would rank it as the fourth placed vendor in the market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 17 March 2008

Opennet strengthens Saudi team

Red Hat Linux distributor Opennet has strengthened its team in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the appointment of Hani Mohammed Amin Hijazi as territory manager. Hijazi’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for Opennet as the company looks to expand its operations within the Kingdom. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 13 March 2008

Plug-Ins thinks big at The Dubai Mall

UAE electronics and IT retail powerhouse Plug-Ins ElectroniX has confirmed that it will open its largest store at the Dubai Mall, which will be one of the largest malls in the world. A recent Indian press report also claimed that Al-Futtaim, the parent company behind Plug-Ins, is in talks to purchase a stake in Jumbo Electronics. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 13 March 2008

SPS bags Epson rights in Saudi

Samir Photographic Supply (SPS) has been appointed as an official Epson distributor in Saudi Arabia. SPS will offer Epson’s full range of consumer and business printing solutions throughout the Kingdom. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 12 March 2008

Acer meets Qatari partners

Hardware giant Acer continues to get up close and personal with its Middle East channel partners. The vendor, which holds a strong position in the region’s notebook market, has reinforced its commitment to a channel-led business model during a partner meeting in Qatar. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 12 March 2008

Cisco addresses MEA channel skills shortage

Networking giant Cisco has unveiled a new partner talent portal for the emerging markets of Africa and the Middle East. The new portal links channel partners in the region with local Cisco Networking Academy graduates. Cisco channel partners can browse through the CV and profile of the graduates on the new portal. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 7 March 2008

Jacky’s expands again

Jacky’s Electronics, which claims to be the UAE’s number one multi-brand retailer, has demonstrated its 2008 UAE explansion plans with the opening of a new Jacky’s Express in the Arab-themed Souk Al Bahar in the heart of downtown Burj Dubai. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 6 March 2008

Jarir Bookstores reveals 2007 sales spike

Saudi Arabian retail powerhouse Jarir Bookstores has revealed that its sales climbed 15.7% year-on-year in 2007 to a massive US$464.7m. The company, which sell a wide range of products including IT kit, has 23 outlets in Saudi Arabia, three in other GCC countries and also has investment property located in Egypt. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 6 March 2008

Secure Computing Middle East partner summit kicks off

Secure Computing has kicked off its Middle East channel summit with more than 35 partners from across the region assembling in Dubai, UAE for the event. Secure will discuss product strategy and direction with its partners and also bring them up to speed on opportunities surrounding enterprise gateway security. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 5 March 2008

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