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Connector primed to unveil big new brands

05 Aug 2010

Connector Systems is on the verge of announcing three new brands, with at least one of them being a major signing.

The Channel has been told that the new brands will be introduced to resellers – and potential resellers – at a casual event to be held on August 26th from 3pm at Connector Systems’ Mount Wellington office.

The event will provide an update on Connector Systems, which has seen a period of growth over the last few months with the signing of several new brands.

The company has some aggressive plans, including a new website, new team members and a broader range of brands and solutions. Later this month well known Product Manager Shane Boswell will join the growing team.

Those resellers and systems integrators looking to attend the event should email ej.wrigley@connectorsystems.co.nz for an invite.

We’ll see you there.

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