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Pebble appoints Ingram Micro as its national distributor

By Digital Edge Bureau, 12.01.2017, 13:14
 
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Pebble has appointed Ingram Micro as its national distributor for India operations

Pebble, a well-known power banks and branded mobile accessories provider, has partnered with Ingram Micro as its national distributor for addressing the Indian market. The partnership will give a further boost to Pebble’s existing market presence over 18 states in India. Through the partnership with Ingram Micro as its national distributor, Pebble has started Pan-India operations on a large scale across various states and is soon to delve into LFRs and modern retail. A leader in organizing and branding the highly cluttered unbranded mobile accessory industry that had no clear quality standards until now, Pebble stays a step ahead by offering a blend of user friendly elegant design and top-notch quality products. Headquartered in Delhi, Pebble is part of a group of companies that has been leading provider of various power back-up devices and other electronic products for the past 16 years. A one-stop shop for any and every electronic and portable mobile accessory, Pebble is the ‘Go-to’ brand offering an array of exciting range of products such as chargers, cables, charging cases, BT speakers, headphones, headsets, earphones, OTG pen drives, fitness bands and VR headsets along with superior quality power banks.
“We’re extremely happy to have partnered with Ingram Micro as our national distributor, the world leader in technology distribution. With this association, we hope to strengthen the relationship with our consumers by making our products widely available throughout the country. As a brand, Pebble’s philosophy has been “Convenience with Quality” which is well reflected in all its products such as Power Banks, USB Cables, Bluetooth Speakers and others. For instance: Pebble power banks are among the most efficient in terms of output and quality, and sleekest in terms of design which make them extremely portable and convenient to use”, said KomalAgarwal, Director-Marketing, Pebble.

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