Yorkshire tech company expands into North East with new partnership
A North Yorkshire home cinema and smart tech firm has expanded to the North East with a new partnership with a County Durham firm.
Harrogate-based AudioVogue, which this year celebrates its tenth anniversary, specialises home cinema, audio visual, smart lighting and control and security installations.
To meet a growing demand for its products and services in the region, it has established a partnership with Darlington home and interiors shop, Seymour’s Home.
The firm will now provide its products via the store, which include technologies from its partner brands such as Nest, Sonos, Control4 and Triad.
AudioVogue co-director Andy Wyatt said: “Thanks to our work in County Durham we have come to know the Seymour’s Home name very well, and we could not be more delighted to have an AudioVogue display within it.
“This is our second concession outside of Harrogate, and it is already proving to be an early success. For us it is a superb way to introduce our proposition to a host of new clients looking to improve their homes.”
Jeremy Borlant, managing partner of Seymour’s Home, added: “The introduction of AudioVogue has given us an added dimension and something that customers have welcomed.”
Peter Hudspeth, AudioVogue co-director, commented: “Being within such a well-known and well-respected store as Seymour’s Home is wonderful news for us. I’m very proud of our business and what it has achieved over the last decade.
“This new partnership with Seymour’s Home is a great tenth anniversary present.”
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