epiCentre, a subsidiary of Afor Limited, has recently announced the opening of their store at the new Marina Bay Sands. The 1,600 squre feet store carries Apple products and accessories (no iPad yet, but iPad accessories), and others including Wacom tablet and Sonos wireless speakers.
epiCentre, an Apple premium reseller and subsidiary of Afor Limited, has opened their new 1,600 square feet store at Marina Bay Sands. The new store is operating in a soft launch phase and will be officially launched on 26 June 2010 along with exciting offers and activities for customers.
The sixth store in the company’s inner-city chain of outlets aims to provide shoppers and visitors to Marina Bay Sands the experience of Apple’s innovative products and solutions. The store also offers the complete range of Mac’s, including desktops, notebooks, displays and software together with the full range of iPod digital music players, iPhone and related accessories.
“The iconic status and positioning of Marina Bay Sands has given us the opportunity to expand our footprint across Singapore. With the development’s infrastructure and convenience to shoppers in mind, we have created a new, and exciting store design within the EpiCentre network,” said Mr. Jimmy Fong, Chief Executive Officer for Afor Limited. “We are also working closely with the management of Marina Bay Sands such as its hotel and Sands Expo and Convention Center to offer attractive privileges and promotions to shoppers and visitors.”
iConcierge services are also available at the EpiCentre Marina Bay Sands. The store has dedicated an iConcierge Specialist to assist any store visitor with their needs and queries. From software to hardware issues, the iConcierge Specialist is able to provide a first level diagnosis on their Apple products and offer recommendation and assistance where necessary.
“This is a significant milestone for us. It underscores our commitment to providing cutting-edge products and innovative services for the community we are in as a one-stop-shop for digital lifestyle needs.” said Mr Fong.