Snakebyte Group, owner of the Qeus brand, are heading to DISTREE EMEA, Monaco with a brand new revolutionary home entertainment platform combining smart TV, gaming console and smart home control in one user-friendly open system.
Snakebyte will also present its new f2 kids tablet at the event. The company is keen to demonstrate its ability to manufacture branded products for its partners as well as customised products. Snakebyte’s portfolio also includes a range of gaming accessories.
Toni Hannott, CEO at Snakebyte, commented: “Due to the strong sales of consoles - especially PlayStation 4 - our business with gaming accessories has been doing very well. Besides that we have been stepping into the merchandising business, which has been ramping up incredibly well during the last 12 months.”
“Highlights for our business in the last year were the strong sales of merchandising products, our PlayStation 4 and Xbox One charging solutions and the good performance of our f2 kids tablet,” he added.
Snakebyte plans to focus on channel expansion in Eastern and Southern Europe in 2016 and is keen to highlight the excellent price-performance ratio offered by its products.
“We are able to offer good margins for our quality products to our partners because our office in Hong Kong is doing a great job making sure our goods have a great price-performance ratio,” Hannott added.
“We are flexible in terms of marketing and channel promotion activities instead of pushing standard programmes, which nine times out of ten neither fit each market nor each customer’s requirements. We are happy to support our partners on a case-by-case basis, which is working very nicely up to now,” he explained. Snakebyte’s business has grown by more than 50% during the last two years and the company is keen to maintain its momentum.
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