Giant iTab expands its reach internationally with a host of new partners

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Giant iTab, the award-winning event technology and digital solutions company providing giant touchscreens, tablets and smartphones for enhanced digital engagement, has expanded its reach internationally with a host of new partners in South Africa, Scandinavia, Japan, Greece and Cyprus.

The partnerships with a range of AV rental companies, creative agencies and technical solutions providers means The Giant iTab network now covers four continents and 12 countries. New partners include LedApp in Greece and Cyprus, Bright Giants in South Africa, Garnet in Japan and Multinet across all of Scandinavia - all now offering Giant iTab Smartphones as part of a complete AV solution for their clients at tradeshows and events in their respective countries.  

Giant iTab’s Founder CEO, Mark Jones, says: “Many of our clients have an international portfolio of events ranging from corporate meeting planners with a global schedule through to commercial organisations running exhibitions and conferences across multiple regions, yet the requirement is always the same. Our customers demand local service at the highest quality irrespective of where the event may be taking place. Working with these trusted and valued partners means we can deploy our technology across Australasia, Europe, North America, Canada, Africa and Asia offering greater value to our clients.”  

Giant iTab’s international partnership programme has taken off in recent months as demand for the product has skyrocketed. Long-term US partner AV hire company, Meeting Tomorrow, says of the partnership: “Our customers had been asking for a large-format solution to display native apps for several years and all of the solutions we could find (or hack together) either didn’t work, weren’t reliable or had deal-breaking limitations. Then we got introduced to the team at Giant iTab. Giant iTab’s product mix has been one of our most successful new product lines of the past few years and we only see growth as mobile platforms become the new standard for computing.”

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