FITCH designs the new interactive TMpoint store for Telekom Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur

TM_FITCH.jpgGlobal retail and brand consultancy FITCH played its pivotal role behind the new, fresh and vibrant concept design of TMpoint, Telekom Malaysia Berhad's (TM) customer retail outlet. The pilot outlet, which features the new concept, was recently launched in Quill City Mall.

The new concept turns TMpoint into an interactive store destination that helps consumers to navigate, be inspired, get advice and experience TM's full suite of solutions in a friendly and engaging environment.
TM_FITCH_2.jpgFITCH has also worked closely with TM to design and implement the new store scheme and experience at Quill City. It will be rolled out across all TMpoint outlets throughout Malaysia delivering TM's brand promise of 'Life Made Easier'.

FITCH has partnered with TM since 2015 to design the future retail vision blueprint for Malaysia's Convergence Champion.

Darren Watson, Executive Creative Director APAC at FITCH said, "Partnering with the TM team to bring to life their brand promise through its experience stores in Malaysia was a great opportunity for FITCH. We've aimed for an interactive, relevant and enriching experience for their customers, businesses and staff that moves its customer experience forward. We hope that everyone will be inspired by the possibilities of technology through this new TM experience in Malaysia".

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