Sunday, 14 November 2010

BBOXX’s assembly line running at full speed in Kigali

The clock is ticking for BBOXX’s shop in Rwanda where the last battery boxes of the initial batch are being produced.

Our shop has been operational for two months and has 12 workers employed that can produce around 65 BB5s per day. 400 boxes were produced for our charitable arm, e.quinox, which has now implemented two new kiosks in Rwanda using the BB5. We have around 200 BB5s out of our 1400 first batch still to grab at our shop in Kigali! Hurry up as they will probably be gone within the next few days.

Our shop manager Kellen is handling the over-the-counter sales and the after-sale services of our products. She has an important role has she is the main person representing BBOXX in front of customers.
Kellen, BBOXX's shop manager in Kigali, is sitting behind her desk.
Kellen starting to distribute the BB5 to our first enthusiastic customers.

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