Meizu Creates Special Experience Zone for M3S in New Delhi

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In its bid to move another notch up close towards its customers, Meizu India has created a special experience zone in Hyatt Regency, New Delhi.

Meizu India has recently launched its new handset m3s which has been reasonably priced making it suitable for the young professionals.

The new Experience Zone aimed to provide Meizu’s stakeholders, including media and bloggers with an opportunity to experience its latest product offering and get a detailed insight of the product.

The major attractions of the event was the showcasing of the technology used in the newly launched product m3s, live interactive session with Meizu India’s sales head and m3s phone display. This event witnessed the spectacular attendance of Meizu’s stakeholders.

Speaking about this endeavor Jason Jiang, National Sales Head, Meizu India said “It is very essential considering prevailing market scenario to engage with all stakeholders at regular intervals of times. We at Meizu keep on taking such endeavours like today’s activity which give our stakeholders all the opportunities to experience our products in real manner. We have just introduced our new handset M3s right before the Diwali and this has come at a time which is believe to be the most auspicious time in Indian culture. We firmly believe that our all customers’ centric offerings and activities will further bolster Meizu’s sales drive. The m3s will be available from 2pm today on Snapdeal.”

The special experience zone setup aims to reinforce Meizu India’s connect. The company’s newly launched M3s has started creating waves in market as the company is receives huge queries about it. Taking inspiration from kind of market response Meizu is getting for its products and other customer specific initiative, the company is planning to organize more such programmes and activities on pan India basis in near future.


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