Q-London set to make Middle Eastern debut
Gadget-company Q-London plans to give Middle East customers a taste of its various products at this year’s GITEX Technology Week.
Gadget-company Q-London plans to give Middle East customers a taste of its various products at this year's GITEX Technology Week.
The company will be showcasing its key product lines, which include Apple licensed accessories such as portable chargers, 3D video eyewear, AV connectors, Bluetooth headsets, portable speakers and carrying cases.
The company sells a number of non-Apple related products as well, and is keen on exposing these to what the firm considers an important region.
"The Middle Eastern market is a key area for Q-London and our aim is to attract distributors who want to sell licensed Apple products as well as smartphone accessories. We hope to meet distributors that can take our products into the Middle Eastern market," explains Ronnie Nag, Q-London's Managing Director.
This will be Q-London's first appearance at GITEX and the company is convinced the trade show will help it debut in the region.
"It's our first year, so at present it is about brand awareness. Dubai has always been an area of interest to Q-London," says Nag.
Q-London's key product lines, 3D video eye glasses will be a major focus of the company's presence at GITEX. The glasses, available in wired and wireless versions, are intended to allow users to view video content from a variety of media player sources.
The company will be looking for B2B telecoms dealers, regional distributors, e-retailers or specific electronic distributors. Q-London features its own design and manufacturing facilities and also manages distribution of its products in core markets such as Europe.