Huawei’s 1st global flagship store opened recently in the heart of Shenzhen’s vibrant MixC World and it is Huawei’s direct-sale store in the world.
The Store has been in preparation since 2017 and covers a total area of 1,300 square meters. Customers can explore Huawei’s latest and most comprehensive products, experience the fastest 5G connection, relax and meet up with friends.
CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group Richard Yu, said, “Shenzhen is an international technology and innovation center, we believe that Huawei Global Flagship Store will become the new Connecting Hub between Huawei and customers.”
He further said “MixC World is a gathering place where fashion, technology and liberal art meet together and Huawei Global Flagship Store will become Huawei’s city living room connecting the consumers.”
Huawei Global Flagship Store, the three-story single family building, adopts the design concept of “City Square”, which combines the traditional Chinese and western architectural philosophy. The facade adopts a large area of high transmission glass with rounded corners, feels like an exquisite Glass Enamel.
The unique semi-open staircase connects the square and the surrounding environment, presenting a border less community atmosphere. Customers can walk into the store without any restrictions, relax and meet up with friends.
Customers can not only relax and meet friends, but also participate in the free courses held by Huawei Community, which covers your passions like photography, videography, sports and health care. You can also join the fun with local artists and enjoy art, painting, tourism and etc at Huawei Global Flagship Store.
For technical enthusiasts or app developers, you can also learn more from our technical experts or again build the Huawei global ecosystem together in the Huawei Community.
The Huawei’s 1st global flagship store has 120 experienced consultants who have joined Huawei from different fields such as hotel, aviation, art etc. and can provide customers with multi-language and one-stop services, including purchase, maintenance and training.
CMO of Huawei Consumer Business Group Herman Zhu said “We no longer call it a retail store, we call it community plaza, an open community for everyone. Consumers can come and create, learn about the most advanced technology and trends, or just connect again with one another”.