Techno company's sales joy

SALES of "talking windows" marketing equipment and British made "classic juke boxes" for homes have boosted the turnover of a Leeds-based electronics specialist.

Sound Leisure, which scooped orders from Harvery Nichols and Hamley's for the retail gizmos as well 250,000 worth of private orders for juke boxes, expects to burst its last annual turnover of more than 6.5million.

Managing director Chris Black said: "Increasing interest from the major stores has grown sales for our loudspeaker solutions and interactive audio devices at point of sale, including "talking windows" in all the Harvey Nichols stores and Hamley's."

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