Vu Technologies Pvt India, a Television manufacturing company. Know more about the owner of Vu Technologies Pvt. and the Company more information. Vu Technologies Pvt. Ltd. manufactures televisions and display products for consumers and corporations in India. The company offers LCD and LED TVs. It also provides touchscreen displays for banks, hotels, and companies through its stores in Mumbai, as well as homes. The company was launched in 2005 and its headquarter is located in Mumbai, India. Vu Technologies Pvt. Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Zenith Computers Ltd.
About the owner of Vu Televisions
Devita Saraf is the Founder, CEO, and Design Head of Vu Televisions. She also advocated Zenith Computers (India) and Zenith Infotech Limited along with her family members. She was also a columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
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Devita Saraf was born in Mumbai, India, the daughter of Rajkumar Saraf, Chairman of Zenith Computers. Saraf recalls learning business skills from her grandfather at a young age.
She has been a National Co-Chair and Executive Committee Member of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Young Leaders Forum. She was also the founder and Chair of the Young Bombay Forum which was part of the Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Albeit she attended Queen Mary School, Mumbai. She later attended the H.R. College of Commerce and Economics and the University of Southern California, where she received a Bachelor of Business Administration. She is also a member of Mensa. Devita found the place as top six nominees at the Satya Brahma-founded Indian Affairs India Leadership Conclave 2016 ILC Power Brand Awards in the category of the Business Woman of the Year 2016.
To point out, Devita won the Business Woman of the Year 2016 at India Leadership Conclave 2016 Annual Edition.
Details of the Company
Vu Televisions [pronounced “view”] is a Television brand initiated in 2006 between California, the USA, and Mumbai, India. The company was started with the vision of building high-tech products for the burgeoning urban youth. It is headquartered in Mumbai, India. The company is working with 300 employees and had a turnover of 5 billion in the year 2016-17.
The development of Vu’s Television came under inspired by the human factors approach to New Product Development pioneered by MIT Media Lab, Boston, and innovation labs across the world. In fact, Each television produced by Vu’s factories worldwide is built from the highest A+ grade panels, with the fastest processors, RoHS-grade materials, and energy-efficient power solutions.
However, Vu works in relation with consumers to study their entertainment preferences in entertainment and contents to develop user-friendly interfaces for their interaction with the TV.
In 2016, entertainment-focused apps were introduced on its TVs, with video on demand including Netflix as the preloaded feature. The company had 20 own stores in Indian cities. They produce TVs with multiple ranges of input options, features like MHL compatibility, and built-in Miracast support.
The company launched Vu SuperMac TV, India’s first TV with a built-in OS X Mountain Lion Operating System. It has also manufactured Windows and Android-based televisions. In fact, Its designer TV sets include one made in collaboration with designer Tarun Tahiliani, with a Swarovski crystal frame.
Aside from India, Vu Televisions are sold in 60 countries. Chiefly, the company sells a majority of its televisions online and has become the highest-selling TV brand across e-commerce platforms in India. In 2016, Flipkart became its exclusive online sales partner. As a matter of fact, its share of Vu grew to 40% of the total market share in the TV category for Flipkart.