Tecno abundantly awarded best smartphone selling distributors with cars, fridges, tvs, cash an other goods while customers enjoyed crazy discounts on Camon CX sales
In most cases, companies tend to care more for their customers and completely ignore their staff and partners and this is the very vice that hinders productivity in a long run.Staff bares the biggest stake in productivity and sales and if not thought about regularly, it can lead to company collapse.
In this very sense, TECNO MOBILE Rwanda decided to think out-of-the-box and awarded the for long ignored division, and that's the staff and partners. Here, they awarded their country distributors depending on the percentage contribution delivered.
All this when down Friday, 5th of May 2017 at CHIC parking in an event dubbed “2017 TECNO Awarding Event” that was exclusively organized by TECNO to reward best smartphone selling distributors
The grand Winner of the day was Mbabazi Justine, a female working within Kigali who managed to scoop a brand new Suzuki worth millions. While talking to our report on camera, she expressed unmatched gratitude and thanked back TECNO for being close not only to its customers but also its partners and staff .
This is one thing TECNO has mastered and indeed the fruits are evident as its now Africa’s leading smart-phone manufacturer owning the biggest proportion of the market share
Others won cash and different prizes ranging from fridges, washing machines, giant flat screen TVs, cash prices worth millions and other goodies.
For buyers, camon CX was on discount and whoever purchase the handset, rwf. 8000 discount was offered.
See how the event happened in photos
some of the prizes assembled
Brand new Suzuki salon car that was won by Mbabazi Justine
Models presenting the car to audience
Group photo of winners
Arial view of the event site
Tecno MC sensitizing audience
Winners alligned next to their prizes
Some of the distributors exchanging ideas at the event
TECNO handing over the car to Mbabazi
Mbabazi the grand winner excited before addressing media