March 2, 2021

Rashi CBF-VIII is attended by 3000+ partners in 41 cities

The eighth edition of Channel Business Forum (CBF-VII) was successfully concluded at Gwalior and Agartala simultaneously on 16th Feb.  This year the Rashi team travelled 2800 km to cover across the country in 41 cities within 76 days. Over 3000+ partners participated in these 41 cities which are un-precedent.


The most interesting part was the theme of the event which glued each partner for over 2 hours. The WIN- IT theme based on Cards + Buzzer theory was a run-away success. It made the partners very interactive, easy to understand and the buzzer created a healthy competitive spirit among the partners. The question-answer game not only educated the partners but informed them about the latest development in the technology of the products they sell on a daily basis.

The purpose of such an event is to increase partners’ interaction with vendors, distributors and other partners of the location. The dedicated Rashi team helped the partners understand and enjoy the theme with a wide display of products offered by Rashi peripherals. Along with the partner participation in every area exceeded the expectations there was great support from the vendors as well.

Mr. Rajesh Goenka, VP- Marketing & Sales, Rashi Peripherals Pvt. Ltd. says “CBF has always been a crown jewel for Rashi and we have always strived to perform better and better every year. This event signifies the popularity and loyalty of partners from diverse backgrounds. We hope to make the next CBF bigger and better in every aspect. We at Rashi believe in value addition and this is the best addition to build a partner-distributor relationship”

Mr. Jogesh Kumar, Inspire Computers, Ahemadnagar says “CBF Meet should be happen twice in 1 year because partner will get more technical knowledge with the help of this kind of meet.”

Mr. Bishan Chandra, Data Lank Enterprises, Bareilly says “Buzzer format was amazing it had created different environment among the partners which was very changed thing as compare to other events.”