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Endurescreens announces website is now available in Russian

Russian language option will help company to expand in this region

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Endurescreens - Projection Dome Screens Russian website

Endurescreens, a specialist in the design, manufacture and installation of world-class projection screens, is now providing its website in Russian, in order to provide an improved service to clients and to grow the business in this region.

This is a fast-expanding market for Endurescreens. The company recently completed two major attractions in Moscow – Time Machine, Media Hall and Soaring Over Russia, both at the popular Zaryadye Park. It is also working on two new attractions set to open in September this year, alongside trusted partners Huss Park Attractions, GRADIOR and Kraftwerk Living Technologies.

Better communication

“In addition to the current global travel restrictions caused by COVID, language barriers and culturally-related differences in exchange are generally the biggest hurdles in cross-border business,” says Lei Yin, Director of Global Sales.

“In the very complex technical exchange, in particular, the client’s national language is the basic requirement for a successful project. The Endurescreens team is communicating and delivering detailed information of their high-end products and customized services in five languages, including English, Hungarian, Chinese, German as well as Russian from now on.”

The last year has been challenging for the attractions industry. Therefore, Endurescreens has also announced a special discount to help businesses as they recover. The company will be offering additional discounts for all contracts signed until 31 December 2021.

This offer applies to certain screen shapes and screen sizes over 200 square metres as well as specific regions.  For contracts signed before 1 September 2021, it will offer a 5% additional discount for every size and shape of the screens.

In 2020, Endurescreens presented a brand new development, the Micro-Pro-Screen, designed to improve image quality for high-end applications. This was first unveiled in August 2020, at the International Planetarium Society Biennial Summit. It offers higher brightness and higher resolution for better image quality from a lower viewing distance.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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