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San Francisco – BeeWi, a European supplier of smart toys and lifestyle audio products, announced it has signed a strategic distribution agreement with D&H Distributing.
As an authorized national distributor, D&H is offering the entire line of BeeWi connected smart toys and portable Bluetooth speakers and headphones.
BeeWi products ship standard with a mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows Mobile 8. The product line includes connected smart toys (all-terrain buggy, soccer robots, fighting helicopters) as well as headphones and speakers.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Edmond, Okla. — Petra has partnered with iBattz to distribute its portable power accessories.
iBattz develops top-of-the-line portable power and removable iPhone battery cases for everyday use. The distributor said their portable power products are an affordable solution to a common problem facing consumers: too much to do on their devices, and not enough power to do it.
Edmond, Okla. — Petra Industries has partnered with Good Call to incorporate their Bluetooth accessories into their WirelessHQ lineup.
Good Call’s products offer a solution to the constant problems of hard-to-hear cellular phone calls, arm fatigue and constant drained cell battery life, Petra said.
Scottsdale, Ariz. – Ingram Micro’s Consumer Electronics Division (IMCE), has announced as agreement to be a key distributor for Skullcandy’s gaming headset.
The joint partnership between IMCE and Skullcandy expands the already extensive and successful IMCE gaming headset line for both console and PC gaming, the distributor said.
Burlington, Mass. - Easy Access Distribution, the New England chapter of Catalyst AV distribution network, recently hosted its 14th annual Emerging Technologies & Home Awareness Expo at the Billerica Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.
The distributor reports that 170 local integrators attended the two-day event and the brands that exhibited their latest products and hosted training sessions included home awareness & energy management brand enerG, Atlonta, Bitwise, EnGenius, TiO, Luxul, TiVo, Clearview, RTI, Vanco, Vivitek, and more.
Amherst, N.Y. — Stampede Presentation Products said sales of its Unified Communications products grew by 94 percent during 2013, and should continue during the next two years.
According to Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly, Stampede is committing itself to building an entire 21st century mix of products that are built around the concept of “The Internet of Things.”
Eagan, Minn. — Capitol, distributor for residential systems contractors, retailers, pro A/V contractors and premium incentive resellers, announced its annual holiday specials for customers, including discounted on pricing on more than 50 leading items through Dec. 27.
Los Angeles — AVAD, a distributor for the custom electronics industry, begins its third annual Opportunity Tour this week, a series of one-night-only events that will introduce new products and solutions that dealers can use to immediately grow their businesses.
Open exclusively to AVAD customers and held at local AVAD branches throughout North America, each event will introduce dealers to the latest product strategies as well as offer new promotions from major brands, including Bose, Lutron and Samsung.
Hershey, Pa. – National IT and CE distributor D&H will hold its Mid-Atlantic Fall 2013 Technology Show on Oct. 30 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center here.
The event, which is expected to draw upwards of 1,000 attendees and over 125 vendors, is the final trade show of the year for the 95-year-old distributor.
Lawrenceville, Ga. – SED International Holdings, CE, computer and small appliances distributor, has reached an agreement with Paragon Technologies to change members on its board of directors.
Under terms of the agreement, the board announced the following transitions, effective immediately:
• Executive chairman Samuel A. Kidston and each of the other directors of SED, J.D. Abouchar, Arthur Goldberg, J.K. Hage, Steven Metayer and Robert G. O’Malley have resigned from the board.