Emax recorded 80% increase in sales at Gitex Shopper 2012
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, October 11 - 2012 at 11:19
- PRESS RELEASE
Emax, the specialty electronics retailer in the Middle East, part of Landmark Group, has beaten its initial sales projections for the eight-day extravaganza of GITEX Shopper 2012 held last week.
A whopping 36,000 customers purchased from the Emax stand at GITEX Shopper 2012.
All the key categories like Computer and gaming, Sound and Vision, Photography, Phones and accessories did exceptionally well breaking all previous records and budgets. All the key brands like Apple, Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Canon, Nikon, Sharp, Lenovo, Fujitsu, HP, Dell, HTC, Blackberry, Nokia, Toshiba etc. performed well in their respective categories. The retail stores broke all previous records as well.
Neelesh Bhatnagar, Emax CEO said, "Following the first four days of the GITEX Shopper, our sales were already up by 70% and the momentum kept increasing with the event closing on an exceptionally high note. We have set a new standard that upscales us as second to none. Our next step now is to go all out to claim and maintain our leadership status in the industry."
"In addition, it is clear to us that the move to the ultra-convenient central location of Trade Center with its dedicated metro station has certainly helped to add overall value to this year's show thus increasing footfall and boosting sales. We are now looking forward to the next GITEX Shopper that has been announced for April 2013," Neelesh added.
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