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Introduction of sony:

Sony has an extensive website full of information. Sony Corporation was founded on May 7, 1946 and their headquarters are in Tokyo, Japan. Their current chairman and CEO is Howard Stringer, who is British. The recent headcount for Sony, taken on March 31, 2007, was around 163,000. Their consolidated sales and operating revenue for 2006 was 8,295,700 million yen, which is currently around $67,775,326,797.

Sony Ericsson opens first exclusive store in Bangladesh Sony Ericsson has opened its first ever exclusive store in Bangladesh with the aim to provide local customers with a world class shopping experience. Beside offering the full range of Sony Ericsson devices, the new store also features welltrained and friendly staff, as well as such goodies as touchscreen self-help product updates and interactive phone display. Plus, lets not forget the in-store customer service center, or so called Sheba. There you have it. If happen to be in Bangladesh, make sure you visit the store at shop number 35 & 36, Block A, Level 6, Bahsundhara City where youll certainly have a chance to get your hands on the latest Sony Ericssons handset

Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson is a joint venture established on October 1, 2001 by the Japanese consumer electronics company Sony Corporation and the Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson to make mobile phones. The stated reason for this venture is to combine Sony's consumer electronics expertise with Ericsson's technological leadership in the communications sector. Both companies have stopped making their own mobile phones. The company's global management is based in Hammersmith, London, and it has research & development teams in Sweden, Japan, China, Germany, the United States, India, Pakistan and the United Kingdom. By 2008, it was the fifth-largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world after Nokia, Recent performance While Sony Ericsson has been enjoying strong growth recently, its South Korean rival LG Electronics overtook it in 2008 due to the company's profits falling significantly by 43% to 133 million (approx. US$ 179.6697 million, sales falling by 8% and market share dropping from 9.4% to 7.9%, despite favourable conditions that the handset market was expected to grow by 10% in 2008. Sony Ericsson announced another profit warning in June 2008[5] and

saw net profit crash by 97% in Q2 2008, announcing that it would cut 2,000 jobs, leading to wide fear that Sony Ericsson is on the verge of decline along with its struggling rival, Motorola.[6] In Q3 the profits were much on the same level, however November and December saw increased profits along with new models being released such as the C905 being one of the top sellers across the United Kingdom. Sony Ericsson has, as of July 18, 2008, approximately 9,400 employees and 2,500 contractors worldwide. Hideki Komiyama is the president of the company and has been since November 1, 2007 when he replaced Miles Flint. The Corporate Executive Vice President is Anders Runevad.

Sony Ericsson mobiles price

Sony Ericsson W350i - 8990.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson K200i - 2900.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson K810i - 17500.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson K800 - 13800.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson W890i - 24200.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson W910 - 17990.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson W580i - 15700.00 Tk

Sony Ericsson mobiles price Sony Ericsson K200i - 2900.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K310i - 6100.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K510i - 6700.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K530i - 11000.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K550i - 10600.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K770i - 15500.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K810i - 17500.00 Tk Sony Ericsson K800 - 13800.00 Tk Sony Ericsson P1i - 24200.00 Tk Sony Ericsson C902 - 29900.00 Tk Sony Ericsson C905 - 38000.00 Tk Sony Ericsson S500i - 13999.00 Tk Sony Ericsson T250i - 5750.00 Tk Sony Ericsson T280 - 6800.00 Tk Sony Ericsson T650i - 19350.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W200i - 6800.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W350i - 8990.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W380i - 12900.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W580i - 15700.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W880 - 16000.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W890i - 24200.00 Tk Sony Ericsson W910 - 17990.00 Tk