Think About Opportunity

At Think I.T. we are constantly updated by our suppliers with short duration specials. These may be limited time specials, new product promotions, product bundles, end of range run-outs or deep discounts to reduce over-stocked inventories.

The purpose of Think About Opportunities is to make you aware of these opportunities in time to take advantage of them if they coincide with a specific need that you have right now.

The object is to inform rather than to annoy, so we will keep Think About Opportunities to once a fortnight unless feedback is strong for an increase in frequency.

We welcome your feedback. Let us know what you like and don’t like. All purchases from Think About Opportunities will go into a monthly draw for a bottle of something nice , chosen by our resident Oenophile Kerry Wilson.

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Welcome to the first edition of Think About Opportunity.

Welcome to the first edition of the our bi-weekly client informer, Think About Opportunities. At Think I.T. we are constantly updated by our suppliers with short duration specials. These may be limited time special, new product promotions, product bundles, end of range run-outs or deep discounts to reduce over-stocked inventories. The purpose of Think About Opportunities is to make... > Read more

Kerry Wilson
"It isn’t about the technology, it’s about the information you need to expand your business."

Kerry Wilson
Think I.T. Team

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