Avenir announces 2013 preview event for dealers

Written by: Paul Withers
Avenir announces 2013 preview event for dealers

‘Avenir Telecom 2013 – The Year Ahead’ to give an insight into what the distributor has planned for their dealers in the next 12 months

Avenir Telecom has organised an event for its dealers to take place on January 16 that will enable them to find out the distributor’s plans for next year,

The event, named ‘Avenir Telecom 2013 – The Year Ahead’, will be held at the National Football Centre St.George’s Park in Burton-on-Trent.

The day will include a series of workshops where dealers can find out about Avenir’s new launches and upcoming plans. A new dealer portal with individual commission information and a retention programme will be featured, along with network airtime details.

Dealers will also receive a tour of the venue, opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in October 2012.

Avenir Telecom managing director Andy Tow (pictured) said: “Following the success of our Insight event in October, we are able to be able to offer our dealers another opportunity to meet with us face-to-face and learn about what’s going to be happening in 2013 to help them grow their business.”

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