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Courts (Fiji) lifts technology brand

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, February 23, 2013

BEING an authorised reseller of Apple products in Fiji has lifted the image of Courts (Fiji) Limited to new heights in terms of technology and providing only the best for its customers.

Chief operating officer Hamendra Prasad said Apple was a renowned brand and market leader in iPhones.

"We started selling it in our existing stores and will be taking it down to Damodar City. We believe it will attract a lot of customers," Mr Prasad said.

He said all their outlets Fiji-wide were authorised resellers of the brand.

"The latest iPhone that we have is the iPhone5; this is the latest in the world market."

He said the sale of this gadget at various Courts outlets was going well.

"It depends on the market and at that level, it's a niche market thing. Definitely it goes well in that market," Mr Prasad said.

Over the years, he said Courts always strived to bring the best in technology to the people of Fiji. In terms of the company's overall performance, Mr Prasad said they had grown from year to year.

He said the company recorded a 15 per cent improvement last year compared to the 2011 financial year.

"We intend to grow another level this year and create more jobs for Fijians," he said, revealing works were in progress on a Lautoka branch, at the old Morris Hedstrom building that was burnt down.





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