Opple Channel Partners Conclave - 2020 concluded, new sales goals set
New Delhi : LED lighting giant Opple concluded its 'The Climbers, Channel Partners Conclave 2020' on Tuesday. The last day of this two day summit was attended by 200 channel partners of Opple. Opple has set new guidelines for dealers, project dealers and other business partners. Sales targets were also decided for different branches pan India. The shareholders participated in the conclave from every corner of India and discussed LED Lights and Products.
Mr. Hariom Mishra, Marketing Manager, Opple India, said, "On the second day of the program, a number of new products were launched. These include smart lights, industrial products, household products, retail and office products. These products are energy efficient and environmentally friendly. We organize this event every year where all the shareholders come on one platform to share their respective ideas that are very effective for growth."
Mr. Rambo Zhang, Head of Opple India, thanked all the 200 channel participants at the Conclave for following the old guidelines. He said, "We want to create new dimensions in 2020. Today, Opple has launched many products that can outperform many big companies in terms of quality. Today there is a strong demand for LED products in the market. This is a golden opportunity. With the advent of changing technology in LED lights and other related products, we can reach a large chunk of consumers. The demand for LEDs in India is much higher than before. Even the government has also encouraged people to use LEDs. We are number one in consumer lighting. Our objective of 'No Flicker, No Fikar' makes our product stand out. We have set quarterly goals. I believe we can do miracles by following the guidelines."
Ananda Chatterjee, Sales Head, Opple India, said, "This decade in LED belongs to smart lighting and IoT (Internet of Things). We want to bring these robust technologies further. So today we have launched many smart lighting products. Today India has emerged as a leader in the world market. Especially government flagship schemes like 'Make in India' is giving a vivid dimensions to LED lights business in India. There are currently 14 branches of Opple in the country."
Several of Opple's partners were rewarded last evening. Today, on the second day of the program, a number of new MoUs were signed. New agreements were also signed with trade partners.