AUSSIE HEADPHONE HERO, AUDIOFLY, FINDS NEW HOME
Arguably better known overseas than within its own country, the Perth born and bred headphone brand Audiofly is sure to receive the exposure it deserves via the appointment of a new local distributor, Aqipa Australia.
Founded in Switzerland in 1990, Aqipa employs over 300 staff and operate in several markets across Europe. With a focus on consumer electronics and lifestyle accessories, its Australian arm provides sales and logistics expertise to over 50 brands already.
This expertise will be instrumental to the growth of Audiofly. Starting in Perth in 2012, Audiofly has introduced award-winning In-Ear Monitors and high-quality consumer headphones, including their latest wireless Bluetooth headphones to the market.
Audiofly is currently available in JB Hi-Fi and selected independent retailers, but with Aqipa's marketing focus, resources and expertise, the brand is expected to grow in awareness and market share in Australia.
Sohan Karunaratne, Sales and Marketing Director for Aqipa told StereNET:
Audiofly is a great Australian brand we’ve followed since launch, their passion and commitment to creating high-quality yet affordable products made our decision to partner with them a no-brainer. We’re looking forward to taking things to the next level in our local market and throughout our global business.
StereoNET will be taking a closer look at some of the headphones in the Audiofly range in the coming months.
For more information visit Audiofly.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.
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