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Absen aims to expand global network with new recruitment phase

Company set to grow its network of systems integrators and rental stagers as Absen Partner representatives

Global LED manufacturer Absen has announced the start of a new recruitment phase in a bid to further expand its global partnership network.

Supporting the exponential growth of the LED market, Absen – which currently operates in over 130 countries – plans to expand its global network of systems integrators and rental stagers by reaching out to other like-minded businesses to become an Absen Partner representative.

The company currently boasts 13 domestic and overseas offices, employing over 2,000 staff and representatives who are responsible for the completion of over 50,000 projects to date. To further establish the global partnerships already fostered from two decades in the LED industry, the company is committed to welcoming businesses with similar ideologies, vision and drive.

“We have, and will continue to experience, a huge expansion in the LED market,” said Laura Luo, vice president at Absen. “In line with this growth, we are committed to enhancing our existing network of valued partners. As technological advances are made with LED, and the applications in which LED can be used continues to evolve – so must our network of Absen representatives. There simply hasn’t been a better time for LED.

“We are looking for potential partners who share the business ideologies that we, as a company, feel very strongly about. Supporting growth sustainably will be a collective effort we are committed to taking forward with our new partners.”

This ‘new phase’ of Absen’s network growth strategy calls for other ‘best in class’ businesses to apply for more information directly from Absen. New partners will be trained, guided and supported by the extensive knowledge from the team and will fully benefit from the opportunities LED presents to the global market.

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