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Rashi to reach 51 D- and E-class towns in 46 days through CBF VII

CBF–VII will majorly focus on helping the partners formulate appropriate business strategies to deal with end consumers, enabling faster and profitable growth

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Mumbai based Rashi Peripherals is conducting its 7th Channel Business Forum (CBF)-VII to initiate channel business activities in B,C,D and E-class towns in the country. "For the seventh consecutive year, we will be conducting this digital event. But this year, we have attempted to reach out to 51 cities in the next 46 days with the best brands and latest hi-tech products. This initiative will reach 5,000 channel partners and about 10,000 students who will be given helping hands for the usage and buying of the latest technology products. We see this as an opportunity to unleash the potential of young talents," said Suresh Pansari, director, Rashi Peripherals.

According to the company, CBF-VII will majorly focus on helping the partners formulate appropriate business strategies to deal with end consumers enabling faster and profitable growth. This seventh edition of Channel Business Forum is themed as 'Possibilities Unlimited' and is kicked off from Jalandhar in Punjab and culminates on December 24, 2011 at Raipur in Chattisgarh. The way CBF-VII kicked off was a roaring success with the most interactive and interesting 'Rashi Tambola' wherein the partners got an opportunity to win prizes.

"Seeing the usual huge business growth of about 6-7% that we derive from CBF series, we are anticipating a growth of about 10% from the seventh edition of CBF. Overall, we are growing at the rate of 50% every year and ensure to maintain the same growth rate," said Rajesh Goenka, VP, sales and marketing, Rashi Peripherals. With the support of vendor partners like Sony, Asus, Logitech, AMD, LG and ECS, Rashi's vision is to reach 600 districts of India with personal computing devices and technologies to facilitate the IT revolution in the country.

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