Pure Pacific Water promotes healthy living in Samoa
A company set up in Samoa recently, Pure Pacific Water, shared some of its successes and future plans with members of the Samoa Chamber of Commerce on Monday.
This was done at the Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Hotel and Bungalow’s Conference Room where the company sponsored the Chamber’s monthly meeting and provided a special presentation of their filtered drinking water solution for businesses and homes.
Pure Pacific Water directors, Lucky Seumanu and Neal Stephens presented to the private sector about their newly established business - guided by its core principles.
They said Pure Pacific Water has been dedicated to “making a difference” in the lives of the Samoan people not only with their services but also with their community outreach initiatives.
Since being founded in Samoa in May of last year, Pure Pacific Water has gained customers from many local businesses, restaurants and resorts around Upolu; some of these include the World Health Organisation, Saletoga Sands, Central Bank of Samoa, and Paddles.
They’re confident that their fully serviced package and value for money approach to business will leave their customers satisfied.
In addition, as Samoa becomes increasingly environmentally conscious with the recent ban on single use plastics, choosing Pure Pacific Water can help reduce your ecological footprint as their service does not require the use of plastic bottles.
Sales and Marketing director, Neal Stephens, shared some of their outreach initiatives as giving back to the community was the cornerstone idea to opening their business here in Samoa. Currently, they have two initiatives working with Samoa Cancer Society and providing water for schools.
The meeting was chaired by Samoa Chamber of Commerce President, Jennifer Fruean, who provided an update to members of the upcoming activities of the organization.
Samoa Chamber of Commerce CEO, Lemauga Hobart Vaai, spoke briefly on opportunities for the private sector in capacity building, international expo’s, Business Link Pacific services as well as updates on policy submissions made for the LERA review and Capital Gains tax.
Lata Plantation Development Ltd was introduced at the meeting as a new member of Chamber.
For more information on Pure Pacific Water, visit their Facebook page, Pure Pacific Water or find their products at Island Rock.
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