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JCC ready to reveal Roite kit during Gitex

Jeddah Computer Centre (JCC) is hoping for its most successful Gitex to date in Riyadh this year, as it brings its portfolio of consumables and accessories to the show.

Jeddah Computer Centre (JCC) is hoping for its most successful Gitex to date in Riyadh this year, as it brings its portfolio of consumables and accessories to the show.

“The Gitex show has gone to a new level since it started in Saudi. The number of exhibitors has grown dramatically and you can really see the value of exhibiting now. You can reach a great deal of customers through Gitex,” says Abdul Jabbar, sales manager at JCC.

The distributor is the sole agent in Saudi for a number of brands including Fullmark, Verbatim, Inke, AIdata, Color Star, Q-Scan, PressIT and Ikonnet. Jabbar says that JCC is making a move to drive closer to a consumer retail-based product offering, part of which it will be unveiling at this year’s show.

“We will be releasing a new line of camera products from Roite, a Taiwanese company. The range that we have includes digital cameras and webcams. We want our customers to know that we are dedicated to them. Most of them have been invited to the show and some of our vendor partners will also be at Gitex,” continues Jabbar.

“According to the surveys that I have seen the interest in Gitex is growing very fast and the customers are more involved than they previously have been. I think that this year the show will present us with better opportunities than last year,” adds Jabbar.

JCC has showrooms in Riyadh, Jeddah and Khobar.

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