Vivo Indonesia Wins Award From World Record Museum Indonesia

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, May 15 2018 - 20:00 IWST

General Manager for Brand and Activation Vivo Indonesia, Edy Kusuma
General Manager for Brand and Activation Vivo Indonesia, Edy Kusuma

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The concept of collaboration fashion, technology, and culture presented by Vivo Indonesia through "Vivo V9 Grand Launch at Borobudur" at the end of March and received a direct appreciation by the World Record Museum Indonesia (MURI).

The launching of the V9 smartphone set a record of "The Launch of Directly Broadcasted Products by Most TV Stations" in Indonesia.

The award was submitted by MURI CEO and Pengagas, Jaya Suprana, and received directly by General Manager for Brand and Activation Vivo Indonesia, Edy Kusuma at PT Vivo Mobile Indonesia Office, Kuningan, DKI Jakarta.

On the occasion, Edy said that this award is the result of hard work of all parties involved, including the entire vivo team of Indonesia, media partners, the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia, as well as local government and tourism agency Borobudur Temple.

"The award by MURI is also a motivation for vivo to continue to bring surprises to the people of Indonesia, and move forward as consumer choice smartphone amid the increasingly competitive industry challenges," said Edy through an official statement received INDUSTRY.co.id, Tuesday (15 / 5/2018).

Being the first smartphone launched this year, the Vivo V9 gets a positive reception by consumers. In the preorder moment of 29 March to 5 April 2018, vivo V9 became smartphone with sales of No.1 smartphone category at 3-4 million prices in some e-commerce partners, namely JD.id, Shopee, Lazada, and Akulaku.

After the limited release of V9 Cool Blue Limited Edition series at JD.id and vivo official booth with high demand in various regions, Vivo continued the V9 series with the latest edition of vivo V9 True Red Edition in a stylish and energetic monochrome red nan.

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