Electronics retailer opens premium branch in Bukit Jalil mall

(From seventh left) senQ president and executive director Lim Kim Chieng, executive chairman Lim Kim Heng and non-independent non-executive director Lim Kim Yew with partnering brand representatives.

Electronics retailer senQ Digital Station has widened its reach with the grand opening of the first senQ Elite in Pavilion Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur

Placing emphasis on customer interaction and shopping experience, the latest addition spanning 1,332sq m of space boasts a curated list of premium products, a luxurious area to test out gadgets and interactive store events.

Its “shop-in-shop” spaces by brands provide a friendly atmosphere while attending to customers’ every need.

These spaces visually convey the brand of the product featured, while fitting compactly in the store and ensuring maximum space usage for shoppers’ comfort.

The launch was held with various in-store promotions, activities and product demonstrations.

This includes attractive deals such as discounts on special products of up to 30% and a minimum storewide discount of 10%.

PlusOne members can enjoy a RM50 evoucher, limited to the first 400 PlusOne members.

To help with their purchases, senQ offers “flexi instalment” with multiple payment modes by multiple banks.

senQ Elite’s partners include Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sharp, Sony, Haier, Philips, Honor, Toshiba, Oppo, AIG and Aeon Credit Service.

For details, visit www.senq.com.my or follow senQ Digital Station on social media.

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