Electronics & Engineering (E&E) announced the official opening of their E&E Experience Centre and Town Hall which is housed in an iconic building at the distinct corner of Outram Road and Seng Poh Road earlier this week. The launch event was attended by partners and clients including those from Hong Kong, UK, Myanmar and the US, all of whom were treated to a first hand tour of both the newly renovated spaces.
Designed with a concept of the three Cs, the new spaces were created with the objective of promoting creativity, collaboration and connectivity and with the main purpose of bringing experiential solutions directly to customers and end users.
This also extends to all of their partners and allows them to have access to the best services, products and solutions for their clients. These two new facilities have been designed to showcase solutions addressing customer needs across a variety of applications.
At ENEXC, the facility allows for instant demonstrations of the systems on display and enables clients to evaluate products from the various brands that E&E represents including Shure, Chamsys, Hypervsn and the Harman brands which include BSS, Crown, dbx, Digitech, Lexicon, JBL Professional, Soundcraft and Studer. The Town Hall is used as a collaborative work space to connect with clients, partners and end users alike.
“We are expanding our reach to our customers and partners to enable them to experience our solutions firsthand,” said Gary Goh, Deputy Managing Director, Electronics & Engineering. “Here at E&E, we strive to continually focus on being service oriented, in line with the reputation that we have earned over the decades that we have been in business.”