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Giant iTab to expand in Asia Pacific

by Murielle Gonzalez
Mark Jones

Giant iTab has announced it is in discussions to sign contracts with five new partners, following Mobile World Congress in Shanghai. The new partners will cover territories in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia and will be licenced to supply Giant iTab’s across the meetings and events sectors.

“Mobile World Congress Shanghai has been an extremely successful show for us and has provided a great platform from which we’ve been able to expand our operations into the Asia Pacific markets,” said Giant iTab founder and CEO Mark Jones (pictured).

Jones added: “We’ve been delighted with the interest and enthusiasm we have seen for the product, especially as we have a growing number of rental and sales enquires for our ‘unique’ product in these regions.”

The Giant iTab was recently seen on British TV screens during BBC’s The One Show and has been used to demonstrate the new tennis app Aceify, during Wimbledon Championships.

Commenting on the business, Jones said: “There are two distinct elements to our business, one is the rental side which is now well established in the US, UK and European markets where we have a network of partners.

“The other side of the business is selling the Giant iTabs to a growing range of sectors that recognise the need for a practical and attractive way to engage customers.”

Giant iTab has already supplied units for international events including the Nespresso store in Moscow, the Etihad Airways 1st Class Lounge in Abu Dhabi, VW dealerships in Holland, Dow Jones offices in Spain, PWC offices in Zurich, Binder events in Frankfurt plus Event Planet studios in Melbourne.

The firm has also provided its solution for events and exhibitions in over 50 countries across the UK, Europe, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia, Canada and the Americas.

As well as looking to expand its customer base across Asia and Australasia through established AV rental partners, the company is looking to engage new partners in Europe and the Middle East.

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