A dinner meeting was held by the Sri Lanka-Korea Business Council of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce on 25 March at Waters Edge. The Guest Speaker was State Minister of Urban Development, Coast Conservation, Waste Disposal and Community Cleanliness Dr. Nalaka Godahewa. The Minister spoke on new developments and investment opportunities in urban development. President of the Council Priyantha Mendis stated that many Korean companies were keen to invest and partner in such projects in Sri Lanka.
Internationally acclaimed hospitality veteran, hospitality management consultant and leadership coach, Shantha de Silva announced the launch of his first book: ‘BELIEVE:...
Seylan Bank recently unveiled its state-of-the-art data centre located at Seylan Towers, No. 90, Galle Road, Colombo 03.