Epson seeks Kenyan market share
BUSINESS| July 14, 2012, 10:02 a.m.
Executives from Japanese firm Epson are reported to be assessing the market in Kenya with a view to increasing the company’s market share in the country.
Epson recently opened an office in Nairobi to serve the East African market.
The Nairobi office will serve as Epson’s hub to deliver service and drive the sales of its flagship products such as printers, cartridges, projectors and scanners in the region.
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