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압구정 캐논서포트센터
Seoul

압구정동에 위치한 캐논 서포트 센터로 일반인들을 위한 캐논 카메라 수리및 전시된 제품을 마음껏 시현해 볼수 있는 장소로 지하엔 전시장이 따로 마련되어 있고, 2층엔 고객서비스센터가 있어 캐논 유저들을 위한 a/s 서비스를 하고 있다.

canon사의 고객 서비스 정책은 보수적으로 회사 중심적이나,

좀더 고객 입장에 서서 세심하게 서비스를 할 필요가 있다.

Copyright: You Changyeol
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Caricate: 24/01/2013
Aggiornato: 21/07/2014
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Tags: 압구정 캐논서포트센터; 캐논 서포트 센더; 캐논; 압구정동; 캐논 a/s
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