BenQ UK has extended its reach in Northern Ireland opening a new office and Experience Suite in to support its growing client base. Located in Ebrington Square, Derry – Londonderry, the new space will be managed by Chris Mellowship, Senior Technical Sales Manager at BenQ UK, who will be available for in person and virtual demonstrations and user adoption training sessions.
Within the new Experience Suite, clients and partners will be able to get up close and personal with BenQ’s range of interactive display solutions. This includes the new RM03 interactive display to enhance collaboration in classrooms and the modern workplace, latest wireless presentation devices, Smart Signage including the World’s first and only Pantone® Validated Signage Display and large venue projectors for creating immersive scenes in leisure and retail settings.
Alongside this exciting expansion, the BenQ Bus will also be crossing the Irish Sea to begin its roadshow of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This houses BenQ’s extensive portfolio of education and hybrid workplace technology solutions and brings them directly to the doors of clients, prospects and partners.
This includes BenQ monitors for working, gaming and home entertainment, all of which feature the manufacturer’s exclusive eye-care technology to help reduce eye fatigue while ensuring greater comfort after long periods of monitor use. Alongside its range of interactive displays, digital signage and software solutions.
Royce Lye, Managing Director UK&I at BenQ said: “BenQ has been innovating in the professional AV and home entertainment markets for over 20 years and we are pleased to be extending our on-the-ground support to both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
“This is a growing market for us so we wanted to ensure that we had a team readily available to work alongside our user community and ensure that they can experience our latest solutions as well as make informed purchasing decisions. All this will be possible with the use of our new office located in Ebrington Square, Derry- Londonderry”
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