Expanding the presence of Samsung Electronics outlets in Qatar, Ali Bin Ali (ABA) Holding’s Dohatna Innovative Distribution has launched the fifth Samsung outlet in Doha.
Inaugurated on January 21, the kiosk is located near gate 6 of the popular Landmark Mall and is strategically placed near Carrefour hypermarket.
The new outlet has the full brand line-up of Samsung mobile phones, tablets and accessories and is sure to become a favourite among Samsung loyalists, ABA Holding said in a statement. On the occasion of the launch, the new Samsung Electronics outlet is offering some exclusive promotions on Samsung mobiles, tablets and accessories until January 31.
Present at the opening were Ali Bin Ali Holding’s Group chief financial officer Iftekhar Ahmad, general manager of Dohatna Innovative Distribution Mohamed Imran, division manager – Samsung Products Deepak Jayaram and finance manager – Dohatna Innovative Distribution Azhar Baksh.
Speaking about the new venture, Imran said: “Dohatna Innovative Distribution has been for long the official partner of Samsung Electronics in Qatar and the latest outlet marks a new milestone in escalating our collaboration in Qatar. Samsung offers some of the best digital solutions in the market and we are glad that we play the medium to reach that to the people of Qatar.
“The launch of this new outlet reinforces that mission and I am sure it will be a welcome addition to the Samsung outlet chain in the country.”
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