Entatech Kicks Off October Promotion

Entatech UK Ltd has teamed up with 23 key vendors to launch their annual October promotion, which kicked off on Wednesday 1st October, during which they will be giving resellers the chance to win a wide range of fantastic prizes.

Based on a movie blockbusters theme, resellers are being offered a number of premiere product offers and special promotions on selected days from 23 vendors including Mad Catz, Microsoft, Fujitsu, Cooler Master, Transcend and Kaspersky. In addition to special deals, each customer who purchases from one of the participating vendors will be entered into a daily prize draw. Each day three 3Q-S smart phones will be up for grabs, along with one vendor specific prize for that particular day (details of which will be promoted via Entatech’s daily eshots).

For the top prize, Entatech are giving away two London Theatre weekend trips away for two people, boosted with £100 spending money.

Jon Atherton, Entatech Director, commented: “As a business we have had a fantastic year so far and it’s great to start the beginning of the last quarter with this promotion. Our October promotion has always been one of our most successful months of the year and I have no doubt that this years’ promotion will be just as successful. Not only do we have a great range of prizes and promotions on offer for resellers, but with a number of our newer vendors on board, we’re able to offer our customers with a diverse range of products.”

Promotions such as October Blockbusters are just one of the many reasons to sign up to trade with Entatech. Not only will resellers have access to some fantastic discounts and margin opportunities for the duration of the promotion, but they will also receive deals from some of Entatech’s UK exclusive vendors, including ZOTAC, XFX, Swann and be quiet!

October Blockbusters will run from Wednesday 1st to Friday 31st October.

Meet Entatech at the Convergence Summit South – http://south.convergencesummit.co.uk/

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine