STUNNING NEW CANON EXPERIENCE STORE OPENS IN MELBOURNE
As one of the most trusted names in photography, Canon has chosen Melbourne as the home of its first Experience Store which is said to one of the first of its kind in the world.
Located in trendy South Melbourne, Canon wants to show first-hand to its customers what can be achieved with its offering of products, events, content and services.
Store Manager, Chris Siacolas told GadgetNET:
Launched to create the best consumer experience possible, the Store offers all Canon photography, video and print products from entry-level to professional, as well as related services including photoPICO wall art and photobooks, Irista cloud storage and Canon Collective events and workshops.
The Canon Experience Store shares the same site as SUNSTUDIOS, and the combined location provides a complete destination for visual creativity. Staff are known as 'ambassadors', and combined have over 50 years' experience to assist customers with their creative journey.
They'll be hosting a range of weekly activities for local explorers, including beginners’ guides to photography, photo excursions in and beyond Victoria, and edit-to-print workshops.
Being Melbourne, as you would expect, there's also an onsite cafe.
Officially opening Friday 6th July, 2018, the store is located at 95 Buckhurst Street, South Melbourne, VIC and is open Monday to Saturday, 9:00am – 5:30pm.
For more information visit Canon Experience Store.
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