‘Arriba Arriba’ was the cry from Nimans’ and Rocom’s Sennheiser Headset Specialist, Phil Ward, as he launched Mexican-themed sales days which proved a resounding success.
Sennheiser’s new wireless DECT headset, the DW Office, took centre stage as internal events were held on consecutive days at Nimans’ Manchester offices and Rocom in Wetherby.
Phil said the promotion proved a very worthwhile exercise, generating lots of sales, general awareness and business appointments.
“We wanted to inject a bit of fun into our sales campaigns,” said Phil who transformed himself into traditional Mexican attire. “Overall the initiative was a great way of boosting the appeal of the new DW Office which raises the bar in terms of design, audio performance and ease of use. Resellers are beginning to appreciate how easy it is to pair with other devices as part of a quick and uncomplicated set-up,” he pointed out.
Supremely comfortable to wear and intuitive to use, DW Office allows users to break free from their desks to hep boost business productivity, according to Phil who added: “Based on proven DECT communication technology, this ultra-comfortable and lightweight headset with a compact base station is the perfect companion to a desk phone or soft phone in any office environment. “
He concluded: “The DW Office opens more doors for resellers to take advantage of, increasing headset sales by offering their customers many compelling reasons to buy. It’s a bit of a head-turner – whether in Mexico City or Manchester.”