Konica Minolta hosts Annual Strategic Partner Conference 2023

Focusing on Tech Innovations and Growth

Konica Minolta management shared strategies for sustaining growth and building strong relationships with partners

Konica Minolta India, a provider of digital transformation solutions and services, recently hosted its Annual strategic Partner Conference at Alila Diwa, Goa. The event was centred around the theme of ‘Powering Growth’ and featured dialogues on the latest tech innovations in the industry and their potential to be scaled to Konica Minolta’s realm of operations.

The conference, held on 24 April 2023, provided a platform for more than 170 partners from across India to connect, discuss the latest trends in the industry, and share their vision for the future. During the session, the Konica Minolta management team communicated their strategy to sustain the growth path of the company and add more power to the growth path as a family. The session covered dialogues around the latest tech interventions in the industry, providing partners with insights into the latest industry trends.

Speaking about the annual partner conference and its importance for the brand, Katsuhisa Asari managing director of Konica Minolta India said, “Partners are the backbone of the company. We are always eager to connect with our valued Partner Community to understand their unique challenges and opportunities. The conference provides a platform for us to connect with our partners, understand the latest industry trends, and share our vision for the future. We are committed to providing our partners with the latest cutting-edge solutions and services, as well as building stronger relationships, to create a better future for the industry.”

During the conference, partners were also felicitated for their achievements, recognizing the important role they play in Konica Minolta’s growth journey. The partners also aligned with the company’s growth strategy and shared their commitment to achieving new heights as a family.

The event witnessed partners from across geographies pan-India, making it a great success for Konica Minolta India. This conference was an opportunity for Konica Minolta India to strengthen its relationship with its partners and take the collaboration to the next level.

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