Saint-Gobain opens a showroom in Botswana

Saint-Gobain has stepped up its presence in Africa by opening a new showroom in Gaborone (Botswana). About 40 architects and contractors attended the event on November 24.   In 2015, Saint-Gobain opened three showrooms in Africa: Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana.

Customers visiting these spaces are able to discover the Group’s innovative solutions through informative models, share technical advice with experts and experience Saint-Gobain’s energy efficiency and comfort solutions. Various themed events will be organized throughout the year to provide hands-on solutions to customers’ needs and help them upskill in their respective fields. In 2016, Saint-Gobain will open a further two showrooms in Zambia and Mozambique.

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Date: 10 December 2015

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