Oppo expands into the Levant
Oppo has a presence in Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Kenya, Nigeria and now the Levant.
OPPO has announced that it will be expanding its presence in the Middle East by entering the Levant market.
The firm has established a market development office in the Jordanian capital of Amman, to manage its Levant operations. In addition to serving as a sales and marketing centre, it will also offer maintenance and after sales services for OPPO devices.
“The Levant is of strategic importance to OPPO, and so we are glad to announce achieving this expansion milestone development with our entry into this exciting new market. Going forward, the Levant market will serve alongside the UAE and Saudi Arabia markets as the three main pillars supporting OPPO’s sustainable growth in the Middle East,” said Ethan Xue, president of OPPO Middle East and Africa (MEA).
OPPO’s expansion into the Levant region follows the company’s successful growth in the Middle East and Africa, where its smartphones have proved exceptionally popular amongst consumers.
With social media presence already established across several platforms and accessible retail point of sales locations secured, OPPO is in a strong position to enter the Levant market. OPPO is committed to localisation initiatives to provide better service to customers while becoming a key component of local communities. The OPPO Levant team already comprises 200 employees, 71 per cent of whom are nationals.
Since entering the Middle East, OPPO has solidified its commitment to the region by bringing its flagship Find X model to the market for the first time in 2018, followed by selecting Dubai as the first international launch location in April 2019 for its new OPPO Reno smartphone series. The company enjoyed a successful 2019 in the region, and intends to strengthen its position by introducing consumers in the Middle East to more flagship and 5G products featuring OPPO’s signature cutting-edge technology.