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SPPL gets Licensee of Electronics award for second year in a row

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New Delhi | Tuesday, Aug 28 2018 IST
India's leading manufacturer of TVs and electronics Super Plastronics Pvt Ltd (SPPL), a Kodak brand licensee, has for the second year in a row, been awarded 'Licensee of the year - Electronics' at India Licensing Awards 2018. The awards, under the aegis of Franchise India, have sought to honor brands across the country for their exceptional business acumen and services provided in the field of licensing. This event is the country's first and largest platform dedicated to bringing under one roof, like minded, budding franchisee and industry experts. SPPL has worked towards creating a niche space in the consumer electronics industry, has successfully carved out a noteworthy market share and has generated top-of-the-mind recall amongst consumers and industry experts through its unrelenting drive to achieve excellence, a statement said here.

Expressing happiness, Avneet Singh Marwah, Director and CEO of Super Plastronics Pvt Ltd India said, "The association we had forged with Eastman Kodak, a little over 2 years ago, has proven to be a decision that signaled a turning point in the Indian consumer electronics industry. The partnership has grown from strength to strength and has created a mark, bringing to the country's notice, premium technology at affordable prices. We would like to thank Franchise India for recognizing our efforts over the past year to create a space for ourselves in the hearts of the Indian consumers."UNI SW SV 1306

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