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Kaspersky to take triumphant partners to Singapore Race

By Digital Edge Bureau, 19.07.2015, 12:27
 
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Kaspersky brings in the offer for taking its performaing enterprise partners to Singapore Race

Kaspersky Lab believes in engaging and reciprocating in nicer ways the performance of its channel partners. In a new development, the great Russian security software player, has come out with the offer for taking Platinum and Gold partners to Singapore for watching the prestigious Singapore Race, live.
The official communiqué says that the Kaspersky Singapore Race offer is one of its kind incentives by Kaspersky Lab to reward its partners for their continuous support. To participate in the Kaspersky Singapore Race offer, the partners need to place fresh orders between 1st July and 31st August, 2015. The partner achieving the set target gets a chance to win an all expenses included Singapore trip.
“Creating an opportunity for our loyal partners for their patronage and showing confidence in ‘Kaspersky Enterprise Solutions’ is our way of rewarding them with an incentive to watch the exciting race in Singapore,” said Mr. Altaf Halde, Managing Director – South Asia, Kaspersky Lab. He enunciated further that with the launch of this offer, many new partners would take this golden opportunity to acquire new customers.

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