LOS ANGELES, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Platinum Wireless, a leading distributor and retailer for wireless products, will be exhibiting for the seventh consecutive year at the 2010 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas from January 7th to 10th. Named by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the top five fastest growing privately held companies in 2008 and one of the fastest growing in several previous years, Platinum Wireless is on a mission for 4G growth.
"CES has given us an incredible opportunity to meet potential partners," says Jeff Javidzad, President of Platinum Wireless, the largest Sprint preferred retailer in the nation with 22 branded retail stores in California, Arizona, Colorado and Nevada. Platinum Wireless also sells and distributes products and services for Nextel, Boost Mobile and Sony. With three solid acquisitions during the past few years, Platinum Wireless is poised to announce its next acquisition.
Jim Radack, Senior Vice President of Sales at Platinum Wireless, who oversees sales across the Platinum Wireless 3,000 points of distribution, recalls meeting Javidzad at the 2008 International CES when Radack was President of MMM Wireless. "I liked Jeff's philosophy on superior dealer support in marketing, inventory management and sales training, and outstanding customer service." Radack was so impressed that he sold his company to Platinum Wireless and then joined them to carry out the Company's strategic mission. "Platinum Wireless offers new business opportunities," he continues. "I found them very easy to work with and their goal is to help others grow their businesses at 4G speed."
Javidzad, who co-founded Platinum Wireless in 1997, will announce an exclusive license for long distance and international calling cards within the next week. "This exclusive license will give dealers an exciting opportunity to attract new customers and up sell current customers," says Javidzad.
The Platinum Wireless 2010 International CES booth is located at South 3 31277 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Javidzad, Radack and most senior management will be talking with potential partners at CES.
Platinum Wireless, with headquarters in Los Angeles, sells and distributes products and services including Sprint Nextel, Boost Mobile, Sony, wholesale merchandise and wireless accessories. In 2007 Platinum Wireless launched PayGo(TM), a suite of products which offers electronic delivery of prepaid products for dealers as an "inventory-on-demand" processor. For more information about Platinum Wireless log onto www.platinumwireless.com.
SOURCE Platinum Wireless