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Epson bolsters presence in VisMin region with new Cebu office

Epson Philippines has bolstered its presence in the Visayas and Mindanao regions with a new Cebu office.

“Epson’s investments in Cebu are just the beginning,” said Carlo John Ortiz, Head of Epson VisMin. “With improved initiatives that will excite the market,the support of our regional trade partners, and by providing new, innovative, cost-efficient products, we are confident that Epson will be more responsive to the different needs and requirements of our customers and become the brand of choice in Visayas.”

The leading digital imaging solutions provider displayed its heightened commitment to Cebu by joining the recent Sinulog festival. Epson’s unique float featured a giant Epson inktank system printer along with Epson Cebu employees and 2015 Ms. Cebu 2nd runner-up Aivy Mae Castro.

Epson joined the recent Sinulog festival. The company's unique float featured a giant Epson inktank system printer along with Epson Cebu employees and 2015 Ms. Cebu 2nd runner-up Aivy Mae Castro.

Epson joined the recent Sinulog festival. The company’s unique float featured a giant Epson inktank system printer along with Epson Cebu employees and 2015 Ms. Cebu 2nd runner-up Aivy Mae Castro. IMAGE CREDIT: EPSON

“This is our first time to join Sinulog and our participation echoes our aim to bring world-class, pioneering digital imaging technologies to the VisMin region and Cebu City in particular by bolstering our presence in the Queen City of the South. On a macro scale, this is aligned with our strategy of strengthening our presence outside Metro Manila to confidently offer our services to the expanding economies of the different regional centers in the country,” noted Ortize.

Just last December 7, Epson inaugurated its new Cebu office at the 4th floor of the NIC 2 Bldg., at Capitol Square, N. Escario Street, Cebu City. Along with its regional warehouse and depots also stationed in Cebu, Epson’s new sales office signifies the company’s big plans for the region.

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