Samsung's Galaxy Stars Festa gathered over 250 of top sales performers around the world in Seoul where the company is headquartered. The three-day event was held from January 21 to January 23. According to Samsung, the gathering was organised to recognise smartphone sales professionals of Samsung’s global retail partners. Participants were selected from 45 countries based on their device sales performance, product knowledge and customer service skills.
As part of Samsung's Galaxy Stars Festa, participants were indulged in what Samsung calls "the series of experiential and inspirational programs." Participants were also given a tour of the Samsung Innovation Museum in Suwon.
“I felt very proud of my work when I visited Samsung Electronics and learned about Samsung’s history as I discovered new things that I had never known,” said Harry Acosta from the U.S.
Apart from tours of Samsung facilities and training sessions, the Galaxy Stars Festa included a dinner session with DJ Koh, Samsung's President and CEO, IT & Mobile Communications Division. Koh emphasised the importance of sales forces when it comes to "serving as direct touch points between the company and its customers."
“With your strong support and commitment, the Galaxy devices and services have been succeeded in the market and appreciated by our customers. I deeply appreciate your efforts to deliver the product value to the customers” said DJ Koh.
In related news, Samsung recently expanded its Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSD portfolio with the latest addition: Samsung 970 EVO Plus.
Samsung could also be working on a GPU booster, according to a new patent filed in the European Union (EU) ahead of Samsung's UNPACKED event on February 20 in San Francisco where the company is expected to take the wraps off Samsung Galaxy S10 line.