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Electronics giant chooses Noble's Park Pavilion for product launch

Electronics giant Samsung in association with local company Viking Office Systems recently chose Noble’s Park Pavilion for the launch of their latest range of document production and management solutions to the island’s business community.


Held in the Douglas Borough Council-owned Pavilion’s first-floor community room the launch came after Samsung approached Viking Office Systems in 2013 to sell, support and service its document management solutions to local business users.


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Viking Office Systems’ client manager Jenny Turner said: ‘Samsung, the world’s largest information technology company, realised that Viking’s 20 years of setting service standards in the Island had made them an easy choice to bring their own innovative and robust products to the local market.


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‘With newly installed conferencing systems in the refurbished building, Noble’s Park Pavilion was chosen as the launch venue for the convenience, location, flexibility and ease of parking. Douglas Borough Council should be commended for its vision in providing a facility which helps the local community in general and can also satisfy the requirements of local businesses as well as world-leading global corporations.’


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To find out more about hiring Noble’s Park Pavilion’s community room or any other of the Council’s function rooms please refer to the panel opposite.

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