To mark its fifteenth anniversary, Golden Systems Middle East (GSME), a distributor of IT products in the Middle East, today announced that it is planning to participate in GITEX Technology Week 2011.
According to GSME, the company has planned a number of events to mark the occasion including hosting its annual traditional gala dinner for its customers and partners on October 12, 2011 at the Emirates Towers Hotel. Historically, this annual dinner hosts over 400 channel partners and rewards the partners for their ongoing loyalty and dedication, representatives said.
Golden Systems plans to use GITEX as a platform to promote its latest and most innovative technologies including showcasing world-class products from its renowned global vendor-partners as well as holding a series of meetings with customers and partners at the Emirates Towers Hotel, the company said.
“This year is a very special year for Golden Systems as we complete 15 successful years in business in this region. We have every reason to celebrate as our business has grown significantly year after year thanks to the solid support and backing that we have received from our customers and partners. In the last two years, we have not only expanded our business across the region but have also managed to strengthen our portfolio by signing up with only the top five best vendors. This GITEX, we want to share our joy with our vendors, channel and customers,” said Ehsan Hashemi, COO, Golden Systems Middle East.
“Since GITEX is the largest technology event in the Middle East, it is a perfect forum for us to promote our partners’ products to a wider audience, and meet our local and regional customers and partners in one place during the five-day event. Apart from exploring new opportunities, which are in line with our ongoing growth strategy, we will also be looking forward to strengthening our channel network further and increasing the market share of our brands across the region. We are confident that our participation this year will be an even bigger success,” Hashemi added.