Goodmans Industries

Goodmans Industries Ltd
Industry Consumer electronics
Founded 1932 (1932)
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Parent Harvard International
Website .uk.co.goodmanswww

Goodmans is a British consumer electronics company which is part of Harvard International.[1]

Established in 1932, the company was famous for the manufacture of loudspeakers, although now its principal business is the importing and distribution of consumer electronics goods.

Goodmans was the shirt sponsor of the English football team Portsmouth F.C. from 1989 to 1995.

Product range

Goodmans MP3 Player

Goodmans Industries Ltd markets a wide range of entertainment products including digital TVs, digital set-top boxes, home cinema systems, both home and portable DVD players and DVD recorders, in-car entertainment and digital cameras.

Goodmans launched their first HD ready TV on 27 July 2007.

Stockists

Goodmans products are stocked by a wide variety of both online and High Street stores including Tesco, Littlewoods, Play.com, Amazon.com and Argos.

References

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External links

  • Official website
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