Polish company Horn Distribution opens an Audio Forum store in Bucharest after an investment of 1.5 million euros
The Polish company Horn Distribution, a major player in the premium audio-video industry, announced on Wednesday the opening of its first Audio Forum store in Bucharest, after an investment of 1.5 million euros. According to a press release, it is the largest premium store operated by Horn Distribution in Europe.
The company started its B2B operations in Romania almost a year ago.
The Audio Forum store in Bucharest covers 540 m² and is divided into three distinct spaces: multi-brand, mono-brand Focal powered by Naim and mono-brand Bang & Olufsen. Its offer includes recognized brands such as Marantz, Denon, Focal, Naim, Loewe, Polk, Definitive Technology, Wilson, Netatmo and Classe.
The Romanian team that manages Forum Audio’s operations is led by Tiberiu Argint, Sales Director of Horn Distribution. He has over 17 years of experience in this market.
“The Romanian market is a priority for Horn Distribution. The decision to open this store in Bucharest was made amid growing consumer interest in the highest quality equipment, diversity and access to an exclusive location that would provide immersive experiences for audio technology enthusiasts. -video,” Tiberiu Argint said.
With 30 years of market experience, Horn Distribution is the core of a group of related companies actively operating in Poland, where the company is headquartered, and in 12 other European markets. Associate teams in sister companies of the Horn Group develop distribution and retail activities in Hungary, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Romania and the Netherlands. Sales teams are also present in Latvia, Estonia and Slovakia.
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