Japans IT firm Epson opens East Africa office in Nairobi.

By bne IntelliNews June 5, 2012
Japanese printing and information technology company Epson has opened an office in Kenyas capital of Nairobi that will act as a hub to drive sales and provide business support services in the region of eastern Africa, Business Daily reported. Espon has so far run its entire African operations from South Africa. Epson follows other global firms that have set up offices in Nairobi as an entry point into the larger regional market. IT solutions company Hewlett Packard set up its base in the capital of East Africas largest economy in 2005. Korean electronics makers Samsung and LG also established regional offices in Kenya in 2003 and 2012, respectively.

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