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Xiaomi opens first offline store in Greece

Xiaomi opens offline store in Greece
Xiaomi opens offline store in Greece. Courtesy: Fonearena

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Xiaomi has set its first footprints in Greece, by opening an offline store in the country. According to a close source, the Chinese company has partnered with a local company that goes by the name “InfoQuest Technologies” to set up their first Mi Home store in the Greek capital Athens.

For the operation of the offline store, the company is now looking for tech consultants through a job-seeking portal named Kariera. According to the listing, the official distributor of Xiaomi for Greece is looking for one full-time salesman or saleswoman, one part-time seller, and people for service support. One of the common requirements for each job is that the candidate should be a Mi fan and love Xiaomi products and technology in general.

Xiaomi became popular in the Asian countries like India and China by selling smartphones, however, reports state that the company will not sell any phones in the European countries. Instead, they are going to sell products such as Mi Band, studio-grade headphones, in-ear headphones and power banks.