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Renaissance picks up Apple accessory brand

27 Sep 11

Renaissance has started selling products from Apple accessory designers Ozaki, including a series of funky covers (iCoats) and cool docks. See the product range here.

Renaissance held its most recent Rush Hour networking event for Channel Partners at Auckland’s Tyler St Garage earlier this month. Each of the events is sponsored by a different vendor from Renaissance's range, this most recent event was sponsored by Ozaki.

Photos of the Rush Hour event can be found here.

The Ozaki move comes as Renaissance ends its partnerships with Filemaker, Canon and, as previously reported here, SonicWall, to focus it's attention on representation of it's exclusive brands.

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