On Saturday, DJI opened the doors to its Hong Kong retail store.
Located at the center of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping district in Causeway Bay, the three-story, 10,000-square-feet store displays DJI’s aerial and handheld products. Adding to Hong Kong’s skyline is an animated drone display on the façade of the building.
A flight cage on the ground floor will allow visitors to see DJI drones in action – even from outside the store. On the first floor, a SkyPixel gallery will showcase examples of aerial photography from around the world. The second floor will house a technical support center and a dedicated space for workshops, seminars and special events.
“We want to provide a truly unique experience for anyone who walks into our store and leave with a sense of curiosity, excitement or inspiration,” comments Frank Wang, DJI’s founder and CEO. “We hope our technology can provide a new perspective and allow us to see the world differently.”
The Hong Kong flagship store is DJI’s third foray into retail after the December 2015 opening of its first flagship store in Shenzhen, China, followed by the Seoul, Korea store in March of this year.