09 March 2005
This market growth can be attributed to two key factors which have evolved over the past year: business people have become increasingly familiar with WLAN technology outside the office, resulting in an increased market penetration and widespread proliferation of wireless-enabled laptops. Secondly, laptop prices have decreased. As a result, business people travel more and more with their laptops in order to significantly improve their productivity when on the move.
In its second year of existence, Swisscom Eurospot was able to strengthen its market presence in Southern Europe and to increase through organic growth as well as through acquisitions. Some of the year's highlights have been:
Following its commitment to bringing innovative services to guests and clients of the hospitality industry, Swisscom Eurospot has extended its service portfolio in 2004. During the course of last year the following new products have been introduced:
Frédéric Gastaldo, CEO of Swisscom Eurospot says: "We aim to provide a complete portfolio of secure and high-quality services to our hotel partners and ensure improved quality consistently in order to progressively meet our hotel partners' and ultimately their guests' and clients' expectations."
Swisscom Eurospot is exhibiting from 11-15 March 2005 at ITB in Berlin (Hall 10.1, stand 106) and at IMEX in Frankfurt from19-21 April 2005 (Hall 8, stand F 530).
Geneva, March 9, 2005