Timed to celebrate the onset of festivals over the next three months, the scheme covers all Zebronics products and is applicable to members of Zebronics' channel community across the country.
Under the ZebBlast channel scheme, partners earn points set to three cut-off levels. On crossing each level, they can get exciting prizes such as tablets, premium smart phones, washing machines, LED TVs and international holidays.
At the gold level (achieved on reaching 7,000 points), they can take home a Zebpad 7T100 Tablet or a washing machine. At the Platinum Level (achieved on reaching 14,000 points), the prize is a 32-inch LED TV or a Samsung Galaxy Grand Smartphone. The ultimate level is the Diamond Level (achieved on reaching 21,000 points), which will get the partner an overseas trip with a 3-night stay in a star accommodation hotel. Partners achieving the Diamond Level can re-enter the scheme, i.e. avail the rewards multiple times.
"We have a very wide network of channel partners numbering over 12,000, offering unsurpassed reach for our products and sales initiatives. We have complete faith in our channel community, and recognize their efforts," said
"Our ZebBlast scheme is designed to better incentivise our partners, with the confidence that it will be a strong motivator to achieve better results," added Doshi.
The ZebBlast Channel Scheme from Zebronics has already opened for registration. Partners can register up to
Established in 1997 and headquartered at
The products are chassis/cabinets, speakers, Tablet pc, PC power supply, portable media players, headphone, keyboard and mouse, LED monitors, UPS, gaming accessories, TV tuners, add-on cards, computer accessories and laptop accessories.
Top Notch has 30 branch offices and over 90 service centres covering all major cities. The company employs over 700 people and operates through a network of about 12,000 channel partners throughout the country. (ANI)
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