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TappooCity Lautoka Becomes Heart And Soul Of Sugar City

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Before it was even officially opened TappooCity Lautoka was buzzing with life.

It has become the undoubted heart and soul of the Sugar City.

The Bainimarama Government through its policies has brought unprecedented development into the lives of the Fijian people, supported by years of economic growth.

And among that slate of development was this brand new, $30 million TappooCity Lautoka project.

The government’s management of the Fijian economy hasn’t only brought us growth; it has put more money back in the pockets of ordinary people

Tappoo Group of Companies chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo expressed his gratitude to key partners, the Lautoka City Council and the Minister for Local Government Parveen Bala who have been very supportive of this project.

Mr. Tappoo is delighted that they took the risk of developing the international standard TappooCity Lautoka project, despite the risks. And for them it’s paying off.

Every day, the complex is busy and filled with crowds of locals and tourists alike who come to enjoy the shopping, food and entertainment.

Shopping malls in so many ways have become a place where whole families spend their free time.

Modern shopping malls such as TappooCity Lautoka are the answer to the needs of contemporary clients who expect a comprehensive offer in pleasant surroundings, and seamlessly combine shopping with other activities.

It is home to restaurants, stores and other outlets.

As stated by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the opening of the complex last Saturday. This development is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva, or down the coast in Nadi. It is happening right here, and this project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

So a big hearty congratulation to the Tappoo family for its vision to build a beacon of light in the heart of Lautoka City.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 24th January

Before it was even officially opened TappooCity Lautoka was buzzing with life.

It has become the undoubted heart and soul of the Sugar City.

The Bainimarama Government through its policies has brought unprecedented development into the lives of the Fijian people, supported by years of economic growth.

And among that slate of development was this brand new, $30 million TappooCity Lautoka project.

The government’s management of the Fijian economy hasn’t only brought us growth; it has put more money back in the pockets of ordinary people

Tappoo Group of Companies chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo expressed his gratitude to key partners, the Lautoka City Council and the Minister for Local Government Parveen Bala who have been very supportive of this project.

Mr. Tappoo is delighted that they took the risk of developing the international standard TappooCity Lautoka project, despite the risks. And for them it’s paying off.

Every day, the complex is busy and filled with crowds of locals and tourists alike who come to enjoy the shopping, food and entertainment.

Shopping malls in so many ways have become a place where whole families spend their free time.

Modern shopping malls such as TappooCity Lautoka are the answer to the needs of contemporary clients who expect a comprehensive offer in pleasant surroundings, and seamlessly combine shopping with other activities.

It is home to restaurants, stores and other outlets.

As stated by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the opening of the complex last Saturday. This development is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva, or down the coast in Nadi. It is happening right here, and this project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

So a big hearty congratulation to the Tappoo family for its vision to build a beacon of light in the heart of Lautoka City.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 24th January

TappooCity Lautoka Official Opening by PM

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The $30 million TappooCity Lautoka project was officially opened by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama last Saturday. The PM acknowledged the Tappoo family for their continued confidence in the Fijian economy.

“That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape,” he said.

The investment has created hundreds of jobs.

Media: The Fiji Times

Date: 24th January 2018

The $30 million TappooCity Lautoka project was officially opened by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama last Saturday. The PM acknowledged the Tappoo family for their continued confidence in the Fijian economy.

“That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape,” he said.

The investment has created hundreds of jobs.

Media: The Fiji Times

Date: 24th January 2018

The New TappooCity Lautoka

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The new TappooCity Lautoka, which was opened by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama on January 20,2018. The Tappoo Group has invested in excess of $30 million to build TappooCity Lautoka. The Tappoo Group has diverse business interests in tourism and travel, retail and wholesale, manufacturing and exports, motor vehicle sales and servicing, commercial real estate investments.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 22nd January

The new TappooCity Lautoka, which was opened by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama on January 20,2018. The Tappoo Group has invested in excess of $30 million to build TappooCity Lautoka. The Tappoo Group has diverse business interests in tourism and travel, retail and wholesale, manufacturing and exports, motor vehicle sales and servicing, commercial real estate investments.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 22nd January

New City Icon Opens

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Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama with Tappoo Group of Companies chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo at the opening of TappooCity Lautoka on January 20, 2018.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 21st January

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama with Tappoo Group of Companies chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo at the opening of TappooCity Lautoka on January 20, 2018.

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 21st January

Tappoo Group Committed To Fiji: Chairman

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Kanti Lal Tappoo says Fiji can be rest assured that they will continue to invest here.

The chairman of Tappoo Group of Companies made the commitment at the official opening of TappooCity Lautoka last night.

Mr. Tappoo said exciting work had already begun in their other business fronts.

“As many of you are aware, the Tappoo Group has diverse business interests which include tourism and travel, retail and wholesale, manufacturing and exports, motor vehicle sales and servicing, commercial real estate and investments.

“We strongly believe in our corporate social responsibilities.

“Amongst others, we are currently doing preliminary planning for two projects in Sigatoka, the community in which we were raised.

“One is the beautification project along the town’s riverfront.

“The other is the construction of a children’s park on a location where my father started his small workshop.

“Talks are still underway, and we are hopeful that we will soon be able to finalise the details so that ground works can commence.

“In addition and in tribute to our founder, and to mark this auspicious milestone, I am happy to announce that the Tappoo Group, through its Tappoo Charitable Foundation, will invest a further $150,000 towards the projects for the poor and needy people of Fiji.”

Mr. Tappoo said in due course they would release details of how these funds would be utilized.

“We take our role as corporate leaders very seriously,” he said.

“In addition to our commitment to giving back to the community that has made us what we are, we will always strive to be an exemplary corporate citizen of our beloved nation.

“We have held gold membership status with the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services ever since its inception, and we are fully committed to maintaining that at all times.”

The Tappoo Group has invested in excess of $30 million to build TappooCity Lautoka.

“It was an investment necessary for the standard you see before you today.

“This vision would not have been possible without the cooperation of all our partners, local and international.

“We are also proud of our tenants at TappooCity Lautoka.

“Quite a few of these are young entrepreneurs and small to medium size enterprises who have the opportunity to grow with the success of TappooCity Lautoka.

“This opportunity will further boost the confidence of those who have the vision to start businesses in Fiji.

Mr. Tappoo expressed his gratitude to key partners, the Lautoka City Council and the Minister for Local Government Praveen Bala (who was the City administrator at the time)who have been very supportive of this project.

“We are delighted that our confidence to undertake this project, despite the risks, is paying off.

“Every day now this complex is buzzing with life, crowds of locals and tourists alike come to enjoy the shopping and the food and entertainment.”

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

Kanti Lal Tappoo says Fiji can be rest assured that they will continue to invest here.

The chairman of Tappoo Group of Companies made the commitment at the official opening of TappooCity Lautoka last night.

Mr. Tappoo said exciting work had already begun in their other business fronts.

“As many of you are aware, the Tappoo Group has diverse business interests which include tourism and travel, retail and wholesale, manufacturing and exports, motor vehicle sales and servicing, commercial real estate and investments.

“We strongly believe in our corporate social responsibilities.

“Amongst others, we are currently doing preliminary planning for two projects in Sigatoka, the community in which we were raised.

“One is the beautification project along the town’s riverfront.

“The other is the construction of a children’s park on a location where my father started his small workshop.

“Talks are still underway, and we are hopeful that we will soon be able to finalise the details so that ground works can commence.

“In addition and in tribute to our founder, and to mark this auspicious milestone, I am happy to announce that the Tappoo Group, through its Tappoo Charitable Foundation, will invest a further $150,000 towards the projects for the poor and needy people of Fiji.”

Mr. Tappoo said in due course they would release details of how these funds would be utilized.

“We take our role as corporate leaders very seriously,” he said.

“In addition to our commitment to giving back to the community that has made us what we are, we will always strive to be an exemplary corporate citizen of our beloved nation.

“We have held gold membership status with the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services ever since its inception, and we are fully committed to maintaining that at all times.”

The Tappoo Group has invested in excess of $30 million to build TappooCity Lautoka.

“It was an investment necessary for the standard you see before you today.

“This vision would not have been possible without the cooperation of all our partners, local and international.

“We are also proud of our tenants at TappooCity Lautoka.

“Quite a few of these are young entrepreneurs and small to medium size enterprises who have the opportunity to grow with the success of TappooCity Lautoka.

“This opportunity will further boost the confidence of those who have the vision to start businesses in Fiji.

Mr. Tappoo expressed his gratitude to key partners, the Lautoka City Council and the Minister for Local Government Praveen Bala (who was the City administrator at the time)who have been very supportive of this project.

“We are delighted that our confidence to undertake this project, despite the risks, is paying off.

“Every day now this complex is buzzing with life, crowds of locals and tourists alike come to enjoy the shopping and the food and entertainment.”

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

PM Praises New TappooCity Complex

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Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the new TappooCity development in Lautoka is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva or down the Nadi coast.

“It is happening right here,” Mr. Bainimarama said while officially opening the complex last night.

“This project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

“I remember back in October of last year when we held our national Constitution Day ceremony in the West for the very first time. Fijians from all across Viti Levu were right here in Lautoka, filling your streets with energy, festivities and celebration,” he said.

“And I’m sure every business owner and shopkeeper in Lautoka remembers that weekend fondly as well.

“We held those celebrations in Lautoka because we are committed to making this city a centre of our national life, a Fijian hub of activity, prosperity and development.

“Of course, that work isn’t only about national celebrations, it is about attracting investment, creating jobs and making Lautoka – and our entire Western Division – a better place to live, work and – quite simply – enjoy life.

“All throughout the West we’ve delivered development; new roads and bridges, water, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure, and a state-of-the-art airport in Nadi. “We’ve widened the reach of Government services to make life more convenient, and we’ve created an economic environment that is building businesses, attracting investment and making life better for every Fijian who calls our Western Division home.

“Development of that scale cannot take place in a stagnant economy. It can only take place when a nation is growing and on the move, as Fiji has been the past decade. It can only take place when our partners in the private sector share our vision and belief for what is possible.

“And it can only take place when we focus on the big picture, and carry out an agenda that brings long-term success and prosperity.

“Our economy is booming, our unemployment is the lowest we’ve seen in 30 years, and – on the back of an education revolution – we are fielding the most talented workforce in Fijian history. And I’m very glad to note that we have over 300 Fijians employed right here in TappooCity, Lautoka.

“My fellow Fijians, the Fiji we know today wasn’t built by talk, smiles and false promises – which is all that those in the Opposition have to offer – it has been built by my Government’s commitment to deliver real development that is making real differences in the lives of the Fijian people.

“That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian, and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape.”

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the new TappooCity development in Lautoka is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva or down the Nadi coast.

“It is happening right here,” Mr. Bainimarama said while officially opening the complex last night.

“This project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

“I remember back in October of last year when we held our national Constitution Day ceremony in the West for the very first time. Fijians from all across Viti Levu were right here in Lautoka, filling your streets with energy, festivities and celebration,” he said.

“And I’m sure every business owner and shopkeeper in Lautoka remembers that weekend fondly as well.

“We held those celebrations in Lautoka because we are committed to making this city a centre of our national life, a Fijian hub of activity, prosperity and development.

“Of course, that work isn’t only about national celebrations, it is about attracting investment, creating jobs and making Lautoka – and our entire Western Division – a better place to live, work and – quite simply – enjoy life.

“All throughout the West we’ve delivered development; new roads and bridges, water, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure, and a state-of-the-art airport in Nadi. “We’ve widened the reach of Government services to make life more convenient, and we’ve created an economic environment that is building businesses, attracting investment and making life better for every Fijian who calls our Western Division home.

“Development of that scale cannot take place in a stagnant economy. It can only take place when a nation is growing and on the move, as Fiji has been the past decade. It can only take place when our partners in the private sector share our vision and belief for what is possible.

“And it can only take place when we focus on the big picture, and carry out an agenda that brings long-term success and prosperity.

“Our economy is booming, our unemployment is the lowest we’ve seen in 30 years, and – on the back of an education revolution – we are fielding the most talented workforce in Fijian history. And I’m very glad to note that we have over 300 Fijians employed right here in TappooCity, Lautoka.

“My fellow Fijians, the Fiji we know today wasn’t built by talk, smiles and false promises – which is all that those in the Opposition have to offer – it has been built by my Government’s commitment to deliver real development that is making real differences in the lives of the Fijian people.

“That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian, and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape.”

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

Tappoocity Centrepiece Of Lautoka Commerce

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The Chairman and CEO of Tappoo Limited and the rest of the Tappoo family;

Distinguished Guests;

Ladies and Gentlemen.

Bula vinaka and a very good evening to you all.

This grand opening has certainly been a long time coming. When this new TappooCity opened last year, my Government was in the midst of our preparations to assume global leadership on two great challenges facing the planet, so I hope you can forgive that we’ve had to move this celebration into 2018.

Last year was certainly a landmark year for Fiji, as we led the world as co-chair of the first-ever UN Conference on Oceans and as President of the UN negotiations on climate change, COP23. Together, alongside the nations of the world, we made great progress securing a brighter future for every Fijian, every Pacific Islander and citizens from every vulnerable nation on earth – and I’d like to thank Kanti for his kind words, along with the many thousands of Fijians who supported us and prayed for our success on the global stage.

Of course, here at home we continued to bring unprecedented development into the lives of the Fijian people, supported by eight straight years of economic growth. And among that slate of development was this brand new, $30 million TappooCity project.

Our management of the Fijian economy hasn’t only brought us growth, it has put more money back in the pockets of ordinary people. Last year, we raised our income tax threshold, giving thousands of hard-working people more spending power, and I’m sure our retailers have noticed a big spike in consumer spending as a result. That has given Fijian families access to more goods and services and pumped money back into our economy, growing businesses, creating new market opportunities and creating and sustaining employment. All making for big wins for shoppers, shopkeepers, our youth, our women and our entire Fijian economy.

Ladies and gentlemen, I suppose one good thing about delaying this official opening ceremony is that I don’t need to predict how wonderful this development is going to be for Lautoka, because we’ve been able to see that good for ourselves since these doors opened last year.

Home to 25 restaurants, stores and other outlets, it has become the centrepiece of commerce in our Sugar City, a place where Fijians can shop, grab a meal and spend time with their friends and families.

This development is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva, or down the coast in Nadi. It is happening right here, and this project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

I remember back in October of last year when we held our national Constitution Day ceremony in the West for the very first time. Fijians from all across Viti Levu were right here in Lautoka, filling your streets with energy, festivities and celebration. And I’m sure every business owner and shopkeeper in Lautoka remembers that weekend fondly as well.

We held those celebrations in Lautoka because we are committed to making this city a centre of our national life, a Fijian hub of activity, prosperity and development. Of course, that work isn’t only about national celebrations, it is about attracting investment, creating jobs and making Lautoka – and our entire Western Division – a better place to live, work and – quite simply – enjoy life.

All throughout the West we’ve delivered development; new roads and bridges, water, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure, and a state-of-the-art airport in Nadi.

We’ve widened the reach of Government services to make life more convenient, and we’ve created an economic environment that is building businesses, attracting investment and making life better for every Fijian who calls our Western Division home.

Development of that scale cannot take place in a stagnant economy. It can only take place when a nation is growing and on the move, as Fiji has been the past decade. It can only take place when our partners in the private sector share our vision and belief for what is possible. And it can only take place when we focus on the big picture, and carry out an agenda that brings long-term success and prosperity.

Our economy is booming, our unemployment is the lowest we’ve seen in 30 years, and – on the back of an education revolution – we are fielding the most talented workforce in Fijian history. And I’m very glad to note that we have over 300 Fijians employed right here in TappooCity, Lautoka.

My fellow Fijians, the Fiji we know today wasn’t built by talk, smiles and false promises – which is all those in the Opposition have to offer – it has been built by my Government’s commitment to deliver real development that is making real differences in the lives of the Fijian people.

That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian, and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape.

I was very proud to award the Tappoo Group of Companies with our highest accolade – the Supreme Award – at the International Business Awards last year.

That recognition was well-deserved, as the Tappoo Group, year after year, has done extremely well by Fiji and the Fijian people.

You’ve invested directly in the potential of Fijians all around the country, you’ve held steady confidence in our economic ability and achievement, and you’ve been an unrivalled partner in progress to my Government in building a new and better Fiji, and making life better for the Fijian people. So to the Tappoo Group, I’d like to extend a very gracious Vinaka Vakalevu.

When we first broke ground on the construction of this project, Fiji was headed into our first genuinely democratic elections. Four years on, Lautoka has seen new and improved infrastructure, higher paying jobs and bigger and better opportunities for its residents. And again, the next four years hold tremendous promise for Lautoka. Again, our game plan for Fiji will carry this city to new levels of success, development and achievement.

I’m very glad to officially open TappooCity, Lautoka. I know it will see many more years as a landmark of this city and as a centre of commerce and community. Thank you again to the Tappoo Group, and to all of the hard-working Fijians who made this development a reality.

Vinaka vakalevu. Thank you.

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

The Chairman and CEO of Tappoo Limited and the rest of the Tappoo family;

Distinguished Guests;

Ladies and Gentlemen.

Bula vinaka and a very good evening to you all.

This grand opening has certainly been a long time coming. When this new TappooCity opened last year, my Government was in the midst of our preparations to assume global leadership on two great challenges facing the planet, so I hope you can forgive that we’ve had to move this celebration into 2018.

Last year was certainly a landmark year for Fiji, as we led the world as co-chair of the first-ever UN Conference on Oceans and as President of the UN negotiations on climate change, COP23. Together, alongside the nations of the world, we made great progress securing a brighter future for every Fijian, every Pacific Islander and citizens from every vulnerable nation on earth – and I’d like to thank Kanti for his kind words, along with the many thousands of Fijians who supported us and prayed for our success on the global stage.

Of course, here at home we continued to bring unprecedented development into the lives of the Fijian people, supported by eight straight years of economic growth. And among that slate of development was this brand new, $30 million TappooCity project.

Our management of the Fijian economy hasn’t only brought us growth, it has put more money back in the pockets of ordinary people. Last year, we raised our income tax threshold, giving thousands of hard-working people more spending power, and I’m sure our retailers have noticed a big spike in consumer spending as a result. That has given Fijian families access to more goods and services and pumped money back into our economy, growing businesses, creating new market opportunities and creating and sustaining employment. All making for big wins for shoppers, shopkeepers, our youth, our women and our entire Fijian economy.

Ladies and gentlemen, I suppose one good thing about delaying this official opening ceremony is that I don’t need to predict how wonderful this development is going to be for Lautoka, because we’ve been able to see that good for ourselves since these doors opened last year.

Home to 25 restaurants, stores and other outlets, it has become the centrepiece of commerce in our Sugar City, a place where Fijians can shop, grab a meal and spend time with their friends and families.

This development is proof positive that our journey forward as a nation isn’t only happening in Suva, or down the coast in Nadi. It is happening right here, and this project is very much part of building Lautoka into a premier city in Fiji, and the whole of the Pacific.

I remember back in October of last year when we held our national Constitution Day ceremony in the West for the very first time. Fijians from all across Viti Levu were right here in Lautoka, filling your streets with energy, festivities and celebration. And I’m sure every business owner and shopkeeper in Lautoka remembers that weekend fondly as well.

We held those celebrations in Lautoka because we are committed to making this city a centre of our national life, a Fijian hub of activity, prosperity and development. Of course, that work isn’t only about national celebrations, it is about attracting investment, creating jobs and making Lautoka – and our entire Western Division – a better place to live, work and – quite simply – enjoy life.

All throughout the West we’ve delivered development; new roads and bridges, water, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure, and a state-of-the-art airport in Nadi.

We’ve widened the reach of Government services to make life more convenient, and we’ve created an economic environment that is building businesses, attracting investment and making life better for every Fijian who calls our Western Division home.

Development of that scale cannot take place in a stagnant economy. It can only take place when a nation is growing and on the move, as Fiji has been the past decade. It can only take place when our partners in the private sector share our vision and belief for what is possible. And it can only take place when we focus on the big picture, and carry out an agenda that brings long-term success and prosperity.

Our economy is booming, our unemployment is the lowest we’ve seen in 30 years, and – on the back of an education revolution – we are fielding the most talented workforce in Fijian history. And I’m very glad to note that we have over 300 Fijians employed right here in TappooCity, Lautoka.

My fellow Fijians, the Fiji we know today wasn’t built by talk, smiles and false promises – which is all those in the Opposition have to offer – it has been built by my Government’s commitment to deliver real development that is making real differences in the lives of the Fijian people.

That work has made it a very exciting time to be a Fijian, and an equally exciting time to invest in Fiji. And I’d like to again thank the Tappoo Group for making this major investment in Fiji, on behalf of the many Fijians who are working here and in the surrounding businesses, and all those who now look to this new shopping centre as a fixture of the Lautoka cityscape.

I was very proud to award the Tappoo Group of Companies with our highest accolade – the Supreme Award – at the International Business Awards last year.

That recognition was well-deserved, as the Tappoo Group, year after year, has done extremely well by Fiji and the Fijian people.

You’ve invested directly in the potential of Fijians all around the country, you’ve held steady confidence in our economic ability and achievement, and you’ve been an unrivalled partner in progress to my Government in building a new and better Fiji, and making life better for the Fijian people. So to the Tappoo Group, I’d like to extend a very gracious Vinaka Vakalevu.

When we first broke ground on the construction of this project, Fiji was headed into our first genuinely democratic elections. Four years on, Lautoka has seen new and improved infrastructure, higher paying jobs and bigger and better opportunities for its residents. And again, the next four years hold tremendous promise for Lautoka. Again, our game plan for Fiji will carry this city to new levels of success, development and achievement.

I’m very glad to officially open TappooCity, Lautoka. I know it will see many more years as a landmark of this city and as a centre of commerce and community. Thank you again to the Tappoo Group, and to all of the hard-working Fijians who made this development a reality.

Vinaka vakalevu. Thank you.

Media: The Fiji sun

Date: 21st January

Bainimarama To Open TappooCity Lautoka

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Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will officially open TappooCity Lautoka on Saturday.

The premium five-star shopping mall’s opening will mark the monumental accomplishment by the Tappoo Group.

“We are honoured that the honourable Prime Minister has accepted our invitation to launch TappooCity Lautoka,” said Tappoo Group chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo.

The Prime Minister will be joined by a wide cross-section of the Fijian community.

Selected partners and entrepreneurs

Mr Tappoo said the official launch of the complex signals that all the entrepreneurs and companies operating the 25 outlets in the complex which includes two state-of-the –art cinemas have settled in.

“We are very proud of the selected partners and entrepreneurs at our TappooCity Lautoka mall. A few of these entrepreneurs are relatively new to the commercial world, but have done exceptionally well since starting their business here a few months ago.”

Job opportunities

More than 300 people work at TappooCity Lautoka Complex.

In addition, there are a large number of contractors and service providers who service the complex regularly.

This is a clear demonstration of the new job opportunities that the new mall has generated and contributed to the Fijian economy.

“The ceremony on Saturday will be a time for all partners to come together and share in this success,” Mr Tappoo said.

Grace Road

Grace Road Group Limited  Media Relations officer Grace Park said: “We are very happy and looking forward to the offical opening of TappooCity lautoka.

“Grace Road is very thankful to Tappoo Group for giving us space to operate our outlets here.

“They have an international standard facility and our product and standards are of the same.

“Business is good at TappooCity Lautoka and we are planning to open a Pure Green outlet here in the near future.”

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 18th January

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will officially open TappooCity Lautoka on Saturday.

The premium five-star shopping mall’s opening will mark the monumental accomplishment by the Tappoo Group.

“We are honoured that the honourable Prime Minister has accepted our invitation to launch TappooCity Lautoka,” said Tappoo Group chairman Kanti Lal Tappoo.

The Prime Minister will be joined by a wide cross-section of the Fijian community.

Selected partners and entrepreneurs

Mr Tappoo said the official launch of the complex signals that all the entrepreneurs and companies operating the 25 outlets in the complex which includes two state-of-the –art cinemas have settled in.

“We are very proud of the selected partners and entrepreneurs at our TappooCity Lautoka mall. A few of these entrepreneurs are relatively new to the commercial world, but have done exceptionally well since starting their business here a few months ago.”

Job opportunities

More than 300 people work at TappooCity Lautoka Complex.

In addition, there are a large number of contractors and service providers who service the complex regularly.

This is a clear demonstration of the new job opportunities that the new mall has generated and contributed to the Fijian economy.

“The ceremony on Saturday will be a time for all partners to come together and share in this success,” Mr Tappoo said.

Grace Road

Grace Road Group Limited  Media Relations officer Grace Park said: “We are very happy and looking forward to the offical opening of TappooCity lautoka.

“Grace Road is very thankful to Tappoo Group for giving us space to operate our outlets here.

“They have an international standard facility and our product and standards are of the same.

“Business is good at TappooCity Lautoka and we are planning to open a Pure Green outlet here in the near future.”

Media: The Fiji Sun

Date: 18th January

Grace kitchen Article

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With a concept from farm to plate Grace Road Group Limited has opened its fourth outlet at TappooCity food court.

The company which owns a growing chain of restaurants and cafes continues to increase their investments in Fiji’s food industry.

Trading as Grace Road Kitchen, it adds to the existing successful sister outlets in TappooCity Food court- Pacific Patisserie, Pure Green and Noodle Story.

Tappoo Group executive director Mahendra Tappoo said: “It’s obviously the success of their outlets that they have decided to open their fourth outlet.

“The food is terrific.

“We are delighted to have Grace Road showcasing their skills and expertise to creating outlets of this high standard in Fiji.”

Group managing director Daniel Kim said: “For us it’s about from farm to plate, this is so we can supply the customer with organic food.

“We thank Tappoo for giving us space to operate our outlets because we complement each other.

“They have an international standard facility and our product and standards are of the same.”

He said in the future, he hopes to open an outlet at Tappoo Sigatoka and would discuss it further with Mr Tappoo.

The chicken and mixed Asian food are reasonably price

Media: the Fiji sun
Date: 16th December

With a concept from farm to plate Grace Road Group Limited has opened its fourth outlet at TappooCity food court.

The company which owns a growing chain of restaurants and cafes continues to increase their investments in Fiji’s food industry.

Trading as Grace Road Kitchen, it adds to the existing successful sister outlets in TappooCity Food court- Pacific Patisserie, Pure Green and Noodle Story.

Tappoo Group executive director Mahendra Tappoo said: “It’s obviously the success of their outlets that they have decided to open their fourth outlet.

“The food is terrific.

“We are delighted to have Grace Road showcasing their skills and expertise to creating outlets of this high standard in Fiji.”

Group managing director Daniel Kim said: “For us it’s about from farm to plate, this is so we can supply the customer with organic food.

“We thank Tappoo for giving us space to operate our outlets because we complement each other.

“They have an international standard facility and our product and standards are of the same.”

He said in the future, he hopes to open an outlet at Tappoo Sigatoka and would discuss it further with Mr Tappoo.

The chicken and mixed Asian food are reasonably price

Media: the Fiji sun
Date: 16th December

Bobbi Brown Launched in Tappoo Stores

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Tappoo Group of Companies will be representing the world renowned brand Bobbi Brown to Fiji.
Yesterday marked the official launch of its first retail outlet in the Tappoo Duty Free complex at Nadi International Airport, Nadi.
The American brand of cosmetics founded in 1991 by Professional make-up artist Bobbi Brown, with cosmetics ranging from color cosmetics, brushes, accessories and skincare.
Tappoo Director Harnish Tappoo said: “Tappoo is extremely proud to be representing Bobbi Brown in Fiji and it is one of the best makeup brand.”
“As our company is well known for being Fiji’s finest stores, since opening Bobbi Brown in June, we have been extremely pleased with the sales and the positive feedback from the customers.
“We have highly trained makeup artists who are fully geared up to offer the best service and advice to customers.”
Bobbi Brown Travel Retail Asia Pacific Regional education manager Carina Choo said they do have a lot of competition but right now they are more focused on building their team and understanding the market.
“We are always open for opportunity here and at this point it is too soon to say anything because we are very new, there is always competition everywhere but we see it as more of an opportunity rather than a competition,” she added.
“We are a unique brand; we are focused on building the team, they need to strengthen our team so that they are able to confidently talk to customers and to do it very well.
The beauty industry is always very competitive but we always have to know what is our unique styling points our brands and we emphasize a lot and if costumers are looking for beauty products that means we have a chance for now it is how we are going to approach our customers.”

Message:
For us we believe if you love yourself and are true to yourself, and have the inner confidence, that you look good to begin with, with some make up you can look even better, you need to embrace yourself and smile confidently you will be very beautiful.

Media: The Fiji sun
Date: 20th November

Tappoo Group of Companies will be representing the world renowned brand Bobbi Brown to Fiji.
Yesterday marked the official launch of its first retail outlet in the Tappoo Duty Free complex at Nadi International Airport, Nadi.
The American brand of cosmetics founded in 1991 by Professional make-up artist Bobbi Brown, with cosmetics ranging from color cosmetics, brushes, accessories and skincare.
Tappoo Director Harnish Tappoo said: “Tappoo is extremely proud to be representing Bobbi Brown in Fiji and it is one of the best makeup brand.”
“As our company is well known for being Fiji’s finest stores, since opening Bobbi Brown in June, we have been extremely pleased with the sales and the positive feedback from the customers.
“We have highly trained makeup artists who are fully geared up to offer the best service and advice to customers.”
Bobbi Brown Travel Retail Asia Pacific Regional education manager Carina Choo said they do have a lot of competition but right now they are more focused on building their team and understanding the market.
“We are always open for opportunity here and at this point it is too soon to say anything because we are very new, there is always competition everywhere but we see it as more of an opportunity rather than a competition,” she added.
“We are a unique brand; we are focused on building the team, they need to strengthen our team so that they are able to confidently talk to customers and to do it very well.
The beauty industry is always very competitive but we always have to know what is our unique styling points our brands and we emphasize a lot and if costumers are looking for beauty products that means we have a chance for now it is how we are going to approach our customers.”

Message:
For us we believe if you love yourself and are true to yourself, and have the inner confidence, that you look good to begin with, with some make up you can look even better, you need to embrace yourself and smile confidently you will be very beautiful.

Media: The Fiji sun
Date: 20th November

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