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Randox Holds International Distributor Conference in Northern Ireland

Published: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, September 27, 2012
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More than 100 distributors from over 50 countries in attendance.

Randox Laboratories, this week hosts more than 100 distributors from over 50 countries around the world.

Based in Crumlin, Northern Ireland, Randox holds an International Distributor Conference on an annual basis.

Held this year at the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle, from Monday 24th September to Friday 28th September, 2012, this conference allows Randox international distributors to learn all about the latest innovative new and updated products from the award-winning company.

The 2012 conference is already highly successful, with attendees representing a wide range of countries including; Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, Argentina, Vietnam, Canada, Austria, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Latvia and China to name only a few.

Attendance to this conference increases year after year, proving it a great success.

As an export-driven company, Randox sells products into 130 countries and 95% is sold outside the UK and Ireland. As such, Distributors Conferences like this are essential for success.

Distributors can gain an understanding for all the latest product developments and build important relationships.

The Conference officially began on Monday evening, with a Welcome Reception at the new Titanic Belfast. Distributors were taken on a tour of the Titanic Exhibition, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

On arrival the distributors spent their first night in the Europa Hotel and were able to spend some time sight-seeing before the beginning of the conference.

Tuesday will see the beginning of the conference sessions, lasting until Friday.

A glamorous Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony will take place on Thursday evening at Slieve Donard to reward outstanding sales achievements by many of our new and long standing distribution partners.

To round off the conference, distributors will be taken on a coach tour of Silent Valley and Spelga Reservoir to take in the beautiful scenery on offer.

We at Randox are excited to host this event for our international distributor partners in Northern Ireland, our global headquarters.

It provides excellent publicity for the province on a worldwide scale. We look forward to many more events like this in the years to come.


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