Sennheiser Communications has concluded a distribution agreement with Scotia Connect Ltd covering the company’s telecoms, pc, gaming and mobile Bluetooth headset products within Scotland.
Commenting on the new agreement, Sennheiser UK General Manager, Phil Massey said : “Scotland is a strategic region for Sennheiser. The formalisation of our relationship with Scotia Connect will, we believe, help us to achieve a greater level of coverage and visibility for Sennheiser and its products for mobile and professional users, call centres and the gaming community.”
He continued: “We have worked closely with Scotia Connect over a long period during which time we have formed a strong trading relationship. We are pleased therefore to be able to further strengthen our commitment to Scotia with their appointment as full distribution partners.”
Scotia Connect Director, Nic Beattie said: “As technological innovators and distribution partners, both Sennheiser and Scotia Connect share the same commitment to providing customers with the best products, services and technology available. I am absolutely delighted to have achieved the status of official distribution partner with Sennheiser, an internationally renowned brand with an award-winning range of communications headsets.
Sennheiser Communications’ Corinne Redman heads up the company’s channel activity in the Scottish region. She said: “Sennheiser is currently enjoying significant levels of growth and interest within Scotland. Our reinforced partnership with Scotia Connect partnership will allow us to further develop this as well as providing a channel for new product introductions and technology updates.”
She added : “We have long been impressed with the commitment and high levels of technical competence shown by the Scotia team. We look forward to increased levels of success as we strengthen and build upon our relationship with them.”