Wednesday, 15 April 2015 15:05

Lenovo targets consumer retail with Officeworks partnership Featured


Lenovo says it is expanding its retail footprint in Australia through a limited distribution strategy with today’s launch of a new partnership with Officeworks.

Under the partnership Lenovo will bring a range of  “innovative” computing devices to the consumer, microbusiness and SMB markets, with Officeworks now offering a selected range of Lenovo Consumer notebooks, tablets and desktops through its network of more than 154 retail stores and online.

“After our successful launch into the Australian Consumer market with Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi late last year, we are excited about the opportunity to partner with Officeworks,” said Brendan Lau, Consumer Director, Lenovo Australia & New Zealand.

“Officeworks attracts a very unique type of shopper across broad market segments, which is a great fit for our brand as we are currently expanding our product portfolio of innovative devices which will appeal to a diverse range of customers.”

Lau said Lenovo is committed to providing solutions that will satisfy the needs of customers and has offerings “suitable for work and play”.

“We’re thrilled to be featuring Lenovo’s new range of notebooks, desktops and tablets in our stores and online, embarking on what we hope will be a long and successful partnership to continue to bring our customers the latest and greatest technology,” said Toby Watson, Head of Technology, Officeworks.

A selected range of Lenovo notebooks, tablets, and desktops is available in all Officeworks stores and online across Australia.


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