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Canon chalks up 20 years

Canon chalks up 20 years

Canon celebrated its 20th anniversary this week after opening the doors of its first local office in 1989.

Country manager Mike Johnston says one of the most exciting aspects of the 20 years has been the growth of Canon products and technology at a business and consumer level.

“Our cameras have always been popular with kiwis and that is evidenced by the fact that we are currently number one in digital compact and SLT. On the business solutions side of the company we have moved from simply supplying photocopiers and printers to offering integrated business solutions that helped many NZ companies, government and tertiary organisations become more efficient and productive.”

Johnston adds that the company’s success is not just due to its products.

“We have fantastic people working at Canon New Zealand and their talent and commitment has been crucial to the on-going success of the company.”


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