Distributor Steljes has opened an office in Wolverhampton to operate as a centre for demonstrations and customer briefings.
Natalie Harris-Briggs, group marketing director at Steljes, said the interactive whiteboard and related tech specialist is witnessing "strong growth" in all its key markets.
"With plenty of parking available, the centre is ideal for our resellers to use to showcase the latest range of interactive technology products to their customers," she said.
The centre in The Control Centre in Wolverhampton Business Park off junction two of the M54 is the second the distributor has opened recently, after one in the City of London.
It has two demonstration rooms for education and corporate purposes.
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