During the start of the 2020 European Cup, vivo officially announced its entry into the Austrian and Serbian markets. This summer, vivo also uses the European Cup, a sporting event, to share sports passion with hundreds of millions of spectators around the world. With practical actions, vivo once again demonstrated that its commitment to European consumers will not change.
Deng Li, Vice President of Vivo and President of European Markets, said: “We are very happy to take this opportunity to formally introduce Vivo, Vivo’s business model and upcoming new products to the media and consumers in Austria and Serbia. We have always insisted on’doing the right thing. The principle of “doing things right” has steadily expanded the European market. Now, we are finally on the long-awaited European Cup and sent our first greetings to local consumers with enthusiasm.”
Vivo joins hands with Euro 2020 to share extraordinary moments
Vivo hopes that fans all over the world can enjoy the excitement of the European Cup and feel the charm of sports events. Vivo simultaneously launched the X60 flagship series of images in the European market and chose to enter the new market during the start of the European Cup. In order to provide a better fan experience and event support, vivo continues to interact with fans in a digital and humanized way, empowering traditional sports events with innovative products and igniting football passion. In recent brand activities, vivo also encourages users to enjoy every moment of the game, such as sharing the game watching experience with friends, family or fans online, or putting down their mobile phones and devoting themselves to the game.
Work with more partners to expand the European market
Since announcing its official entry into the European market in October 2020, Vivo has maintained close dialogue with existing and potential partners to ensure that all consumers can purchase Vivo products through their accustomed channels. At present, the number of Vivo’s open partners has steadily increased, including important retailers such as Ebuyer, El Corte Inglés, EMAG, FNAC, MediaMarkt/MediaWorld, Unieuro, and French Telecom (Orange) and Hutchison Whampoa Group (H3G). Telecom operators such as Austrian subnet (Drei) and Italian subnet (Wind3), Poland Play, Telecom Italia (TIM), Bouygues Telecom, Free, SFR, etc.
Vivo Europe Headquarters
Vivo established its European headquarters in November 2019, and now it has grown into a team of more than 80 people with members from 16 different countries. In February of this year, vivo announced its entry into the Romanian and Czech markets. “Since entering the international market in 2014, we have been committed to providing users with a powerful mobile imaging system and innovative, high-quality products and service experience, fully considering user needs. We can be loved by more than 400 million users worldwide, and we are confident to win Austria with