WITH the rising cost of living, consumers are often left scratching their heads on how to stretch the dollar.
And as we all know, quality comes with a cost.
When businessman Mohammed Reaaz Ali started his business, his main objective was to bring in quality but inexpensive goods for the local market.
Tomorrow, he opens his newest Best Buys outlet at Garden City in Suva.
While he has opened outlets in the west, this would be the first time he would open an outlet in Suva.
"I am interested to know what customers in Suva would like," he said.
"For us, customers' needs are paramount and we would like to serve them with the best of our abilities.
"We would like to hear from customers on what they want and we'll see how we can assist."
Best Buys lives up to its name offering goods for all - men, women and children - at affordable prices.
For Mr Ali, he prices his goods using his own staff members as his benchmark - they must afford to shop at Best Buys.
While Best Buys is a hit in the Western Division, it is expected to have the same effect in Suva as it fills a niche offering quality goods at affordable prices.
"We will open an outlet in Suva City as soon as possible and later in Lautoka City," Mr Ali said.
Best Buys offers American products directly sourced and handpicked from America.
"We will have new stock every two to three weeks," he said.
Best Buys sells cosmetics, toys, stationery, foodstuff, kitchenware and home decorations to name a few.