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Ricoh Opens Briefing Centre at Telford Facility

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Ricoh Europe, London - Clients, partners and organisations are all invited to co-create at Ricoh’s new briefing centre.

Located in Ricoh’s Telford, England, Customer Experience Centre, the welcoming 245sqm space is designed to facilitate interactive high level global meetings as well as private and focused collaborations.

It incorporates a flexible, boardroom style meeting room equipped with Ricoh technology including a projector, interactive whiteboard and a Unified Communications System for interactive video and audio conferencing.

The briefing centre also features an informal seating area and coffee lounge offering a relaxed, professional, work environment. There is a fully-equipped kitchen and a smaller meeting room.

The briefing centre is ideally suited to host a wide range of events, including those for clients, media, analysts and industry groups. As well as a focused space to explore technology, strategy and business development issues with individual clients from across EMEA.

“The briefing centre is an important addition to the Customer Experience Centre, one of four around the globe that can be connected to each other for engaging real-time interaction,” explains Eef de Ridder, Director, Commercial Printing, of the Commercial and Industrial Printing Group, Ricoh Europe. “It is also ideal for high level, intimate discussions. It was conceived to offer an inviting and inspiring professional space for productive discussions with players from across the entire commercial and industrial printing spectrum, including Additive Manufacturing.”

He continues: “The door is always open, whatever operations may require a meeting space for. We welcome clients, partners and individual organisations to use it as freely as they like.”

 

 

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