Canon India launches Canon Image Square (CIS) store in Noida
Canon launched its second Canon Image Square (CIS) in the city of Noida. The exclusive CIS store is located at F34B; LGF; Mall Of India; Sec 18. With a comprehensive range of photography and home printing solutions along with a range of Inkjet/Laser printers and cartridges and other photography accessories on offer, the seventh CIS store in UP consolidates Canon’s position in the imaging industry.
Andrew Koh, Vice President of Consumer Imaging and Information Centre, Canon India said, “Canon India is elated to announce the launch of our second CIS store in Noida. India has emerged as one of the prolific markets for Canon. Our endeavour to amplify the retail footprint across the country is being realized with the launch of our 196th CIS store today and the numbers will keep rising with our commitment to growth in India. The colossal growth of photography culture in India has led to the proliferate growth for Canon. CIS stores are intrinsic part of our marketing strategies; enabling us to address our client’s needs and requirements with the diversified range of services and products on offer.”
CIS stores offer a complete range of cameras, right from professional to entry level DSLR’s and attractive new compact cameras in PowerShot (Zoom series camera) and IXUS (entry level pocket size camera) range. With CIS stores, photography enthusiasts have an exclusive outlet for photography accessories such as tripods, camera bags, memory card, chargers and more. Among other highlights, CIS stores provide photo printing solutions and easy finance facilities such as EMI through various credit cards and paper finance through Bajaj Finance. The staffs at the store are professionally trained and are efficient in assisting customers in selecting products in accordance to their specifications and requirement. CIS stores also provide regular free training workshops for DSLR camera buyers.
With the robust expansion of CIS stores, the total number of CIS store will now be 196 spanning over 91 cities across India.
@Technuter.com News Service