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Lalani launches E-tech City retail venture

Indian channel player Lalani Group has outlined its ambitions in the country’s fast-growing retail market for IT, mobile and office products. Lalani Group plans to develop a chain of large format stores under the E-tech City brand. The company has opened its first 13,000 square foot E-tech City store in Kolkata and plans to have 25 stores across India by 2015. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 17 October 2012

Lenovo teams with Ziptech for new Chennai store

PC giant Lenovo has launched a new store in Chennai, India, as the vendor looks to cement its reputation as the country’s leading brand. Lenovo is committed to building a strong retail infrastructure across India as it looks to drive ‘hypergrowth’ in the Indian PC market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 17 October 2012

Reliance Digital breaks 100-store barrier

Indian IT and consumer electronics retailer Reliance Digital has broken through the 100-store barrier as its rapid expansion continues. Reliance Digital, part of the Reliance Retail group, stocks 150 international and national brands and offers consumers more than 4,000 separate products. Reliance Digital aims to help customers throughout a product’s lifecycle offering and advice and post-sales support service under the ResQ brand. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 17 October 2012

New Lenovo roles for Ebel and Lee

Hardware giant Lenovo’s Middle East and Africa (MEA) operation is now headed up by Oliver Ebel, who took on the role at the beginning of October, replacing former regional boss Jack Lee. Ebel is now executive director and general manager for MEA having previously served as regional boss for Eastern Europe and Turkey. Lee is relocating to Hong Kong where he will serve as corporate VP and manager of Lenovo Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 17 October 2012

Ingram Micro completes Brightpoint deal

Global distribution giant Ingram Micro has completed its US$650m acquisition of Brightpoint paying US$9 per share in cash for the mobility specialist. Ingram Micro claims that the deal creates a leading global provider of lifecycle services and solutions for the mobile industry. Ingram Micro also believes the deal will give it enhanced customer reach and deep relationships with key vendors, network operators and mobile virtual network operators in the rapidly growing mobile market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 October 2012

Boston IT Solutions opens new Bangalore office

Boston IT Solutions has launched a new Bangalore sales and customer services office as it sees continued growth in India. The new office is based in Raheja Towers in Mahatma Gandhi Road. The expansion has been driven by Boston’s rapidly growing client base in the South of India with a view to providing increased localised sales and engineering resources to customers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 10 October 2012

Monie returns to Ingram Micro

Alain Monie has returned to global distribution giant Ingram Micro to become president and COO, a position he held from 2007 to 2010 after leading the company’s Asia-Pacific region. From November 1st, Monie will take responsibility for Ingram Micro’s operating units and will report into CEO Greg Spierkel. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 4 October 2011

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