Business Systems Ltd. opens third branch

Business Systems Limited has opened a third branch at Lotopa in order to expand their services to the community.

The new branch will be called the “Business Systems Limited and Rudy’s Quick Print Copy Centre”.  

The company’s Managing Director, Meilan Meredith, told the Samoa Observer the main objective behind the company’s expansion is to serve the people of Samoa.

Marketing Manager of the company, Nigel Stowers, said the new branch will offer local businesses and the community a wide range of copying facilities, office essentials, school stationeries and electronics. 

“Education is very important in Samoa especially for all the students that attend various schools, our location here at Lotopa is convenient for all the schools that are nearby — like Saint Joseph’s College, Ah-Mu Academy and many more, so that they do not have to go far in town when our services are available close by."

“Our promotional activity this year aims at parents to shop at BSL — as an important part of assisting their child’s development and preparing them for the school year ahead — with a wide range of affordable stationery items, free schools stationery list packing facility and great service,” he said.

The company has also announced that it will support students through its “BSL Ambassadors Programme”, added Mr. Stowers, wherein assistance will be extended to 20 students — 10 from Upolu and 10 from Savai’i representing different age groups from the various primary schools, colleges and universities. 

“They will be awarded with a cash contribution towards each scholarship to go directly to their school fees and stationery,” he added.

The deadline for applications for the ambassadors’ programme is February 15, 2019. 

Mr. Stowers also indicated that the company is currently running a promotional programme targeting parents, and offering a wide range of stationery items. 

Besides the new branch in Lotopa, the other two can be found in Taufusi and Salelologa, Savai’i.

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