It’s the third successive Best of the Best award from Red Dot for Epson printers, and the fifth successive year that Epson products have won in the product design category, with its document scanners and professional photo printers also recognised.
Epson and its subsidiary Epson X Investment Corporation "will subscribe in the third-party allocation of sales for GITAI Inc., a startup company developing general-purpose space robots, and invest in the company through their EP-GB Investment Limited Partnership."
Exploring solutions to support the new normal, Epson says it will “work with partners to help find solutions to societal issues”, alongside “participating in the Aizu Open Innovation (AOI) meeting through which it has begun collaborating with the University of Aizu.”
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