More articles in this category
Top Stories

Swapo 2017: What Have They Done This is the second part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top four candid...

Adv. Vekuii Rukoro has said that the German government is trying to avoid the charges lodged against it for the Ovaherero and Nama genocide during...

Swapo 2017 What Have They Done Series This is the first part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top fou...

The Attorney General Sakeus Shanghala said the recent shack demolitions at Katima Mulilo were illegal because the town council did not have a cour...

SWAPO party Secretary General Nangolo Mbumba has today inaugurated the SWAPO disciplinary Committee at the party’s Head Office. The Commi...

Other Articles from The Villager

Lenovo targets to broaden Namibian market

Sun, 3 February 2013 18:10
by Rafael Diza
Education

Lenovo is looking at broadening its Namibian market base by bringing in innovative products that will cater for both businesses and consumers.
Some of the cutting edge technology products the company introduced is designed to cater for a varied consumer base, small to medium and enterprise markets ranging from desk-tops and All-in-One devices to the latest family of portables.
These include the Lenovo Yoga 11 and 13 - flips 360° and folds from laptop to tablet in one swift motion - ThinkPad X1 Carbon - lightweight carbon fibre shell that weighs in at less than 1.3kg, battery lasts up to 8 hours and uses Rapid Charge technology.
The US$30 billion personal technology company – and the second largest PC company in the world, serving customers in more than 160 countries - introduced the latest Think and Idea innovations for businesses and consumers at a press conference held at the Windhoek Country Club last week.
“Namibia is one of Lenovo Africa’s key growth markets and we are here today to affirm our commitment to customers and business partners," said Paul Collins, Lenovo Africa SMB and Channel Manager.
The Lenovo team outlined the company’s growth and PC+ strategy for Namibia
"The enthusiasm for new technologies is exceptionally strong in Namibia and this complements our mission to become the leader of the PC+ era by addressing the increasing demand from consumers to stay connected on different devices,” added Paul.
Apart from demonstrating a burning eagerness to invest more time and a concerted effort in Namibia, the Lenovo team presented a myriad of business and consumer products and innovations designed to facilitate and grow both individuals and businesses alike.
One such innovation presented was the Lenovo Partner Network, designed to skill-up channel partners and strengthen relations across the Middle East and Africa.
The network works on a loyalty system that not only supplies members’ access to incredibly useful business tools and resources, but supplies more resources the more the network is utilised.
Lenovo emphasised the need to stimulate growth at multiple levels. Lenovo users will enjoy a very generous 5GB of free Cloud storage space with their new devices.