MITSUMI hosts Toshiba Channel event in Ethiopia
BUSINESSBy BiztechAfrica - June 12, 2012, 3:01 p.m.
MITSUMI Distribution, a fast-growing technology distributor in Africa, has showcased Toshiba technologies to over 150 channel partners in Addis Ababa.
The channel partners were trained and familiarised with latest technology in the Toshiba PC arena. MITSUMI also outlined the Toshiba product roadmap.
Satyen Chokshi, Business Unit Managerat MITSUMI Distribution, said: “Ethiopia is an important market for MITSUMI. I’m very proud of the success this event has achieved, and that we were able to deliver to our channel partners exceptional presentations and training to help them.
MITSUMI believe that our partners are our main strength in this region. We will make every effort to help them increase profitability by empowering them with knowledge, skills and support.”
MITSUMI is seeking to expand its channel and invites IT companies across Africa to partner with the company for authorised channel business.
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