Imago buys rival German distributor Vitec

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Mainz videoconferencing added to network of European subsidiaries

Video communications distributor Imago Group has added German videoconferencing rival Vitec to its portfolio. According to Ian Vickerage, managing director of UK-headquartered Imago, Mainz-based...

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