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Microsoft to sell some products through experience stores

Microsoft to sell some products through experience stores

8/6/2021 11:47:00 PM

Microsoft to sell some products through experience stores

Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it will use its experience centers in London , New York and Sydney to sell products to customers starting July 1.

09 Jun 2021 04:20AMShare this contentBookmarkREUTERS: Microsoft, which shut its retail stores last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has been using its experience centers to mainly host business customers.AdvertisementAdvertisementLast month, Google-parent Alphabet Inc said it was opening its first physical retail store in New York City this summer.

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