PHOTO - Yap Hui Hui, country manager, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific (FPCA)
Japanese ICT solutions firm Fujitsu hopes to double its revenues by the end of the year by bringing 'Takumi' (art) as a primary concept behind its new range of retail stores in Malaysia.
On 17 July 2012, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific country manager Yap Hui Hui, during the opening of the first concept store in Digital Mall, Petaling Jaya, said: "In line with Fujitsu's growing success in Malaysia, we are evolving ourselves into a lifestyle retail environment to serve our customers more effectively."
"The Fujitsu Concept Store spearheads our strategy to drive growth in Malaysia by showcasing the range of Fujitsu's end-user products in its full competitive and complimentary form," said Yap, adding that the Futjisu concept store would cater to all the varied needs of gaming, multimedia, business and leisure enthusiasts.
"Our concept store is designed to give customers the opportunity to have hands-on experience with the products to try for themselves to find out what best suits their needs," she said.
"The first Fujitsu concept store's location in Digital Mall makes it a popular destination for consumers wanting options to fulfill their ICT, digital life requirements," said Yap, who said the plan was to open a total of three concept stores in Malaysia by the end of 2012.
The Fujitsu Concept Store will be open seven days a week from 11am to 9pm.
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