Epson President reveals plans to expand presence in key Middle East markets during maiden visit to UAE
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 03 - 2012 at 10:40
- PRESS RELEASE
Epson has announced that it will continue to expand its presence across key Middle East markets as part of the company's global growth strategy. Minoru Usui, President of Seiko Epson Corporation, who is on a maiden visit to the UAE, reaffirmed Epson's commitment to the region and discussed the company's vision for the Middle East market during a press conference held on Sunday, September 2, 2012, at the Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa, Dubai.
He also provided an overview of the latest developments at Epson as well as the company's targets, objectives and new investments in the Middle East. Mr. Usui will also meet various high-ranking officials from the government and private sector during his stay in the UAE.
Minoru Usui said: "The Middle East has been a very important growth destination for Epson and it continues to open exciting opportunities to innovate and grow our market share. The region will obviously play a crucial role in Epson's global expansion plans and we are therefore fully committed to deliver technology solutions that satisfy the expectations of our customers in the Middle East. My visit underlines Epson's enthusiasm to meet our strategic partners and customers in the region to interact with them and to better understand their concerns and unique requirements, which will greatly help us in our continuing pursuit of growth and excellence."
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