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Business World International Conference and awards ceremony concludes
The Business World International Conference and Awards ceremony organised by Business World International Organisation INC-USA, the event which is recognised, as one of the most prestigious Business Award Festivals in the Asia Pacific Region, was held on May 17, at Taj Samudra, Colombo with the participation of several business personalities. The theme of this year is dedicated to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals for the 2030 Agenda.

BWIO is a USA based organisation, driven with the objective recognising the accomplishments and expertise of the global business spectrum. BWIO Awards recognises and celebrates excellence in business and inspires entrepreneurs to accomplish great deeds and benchmark best practices.

It concentrates on every category from startups to business giants, social charge agents, sustainable development advocates and exceptional professionals in their receptive fields of expertise, varying in 89 categories.

The event attracts business owners, high level entrepreneurs, enterprises from the private, government, small and medium entities and other VIP’s throughout the country. The Chief Guest was Mahinda Yapa Abeywardana Speaker of Parliament and Guests of Honour were Dr. Lidia Paul International President BWIO Australia, M. Senthil Thondaman Governor Eastern Province, Tareq MdAriful Isla High Commissioner of Bangladesh, Bashu Dev Mishra Nepal Embassy in Sri Lanka, Dr. B. Moazami Goodarzi Iran Cultural Centre, Prof. Dr. Rohan De Silva President Sri Lanka Small and Medium Industries.

Special Guests were Aneurin Ignatius First Secretary/Head of Chancery High Commission of Malaysia, Tissa Attanayake MP), Premnath C. Dolawaththa MP, K. SujithSanjaya Perera MP, Dr. Chameera C. Yapa Abeywardana PRO to Speaker, Bharath Arulsamy Chairman Plantation Human Development Trust.

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HNB extends partnership with DIMO Agribusinesses for affordable agricultural equipment
HNB PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier private sector bank, is proud to announce the extension of its partnership with DIMO Agribusinesses the agriculture arm of DIMO a leading diversified conglomerate in Sri Lanka, to provide exclusive leasing packages for agriculture machinery.

Building on their successful collaboration, HNB and DIMO Agribusinesses are committed to supporting local agriculture sector by offering their mutual customers an extensive list of discounts and facilities inclusive of low-interest rates, flexible repayment schemes, and exclusive benefits for Agri Machinery provided by DIMO Agribusinesses.

“We are excited to continue our collaboration with DIMO Agribusinesses, further empowering the agricultural community with innovative leasing solutions, including preferential rates for a promotional period on selected brands of tractors and harvesters. Together, with HNB’s Govi Saviya scheme continuing until the end of the year, and DIMO Agribusinesses’ free farmer kits and after-sales services, we aim to drive agricultural productivity and prosperity in Sri Lanka,” commented Damith Pallewatte Acting Chief Executive Officer HNB on the partnership extension.

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Prime Residencies ‘The Seasons Colombo Eight’ sets new benchmark for ultra luxury residential living
Prime Lands Residencies PLC, Sri Lanka’s most prolific and trusted property developer, proudly unveils ‘The Seasons Colombo Eight’. This exclusive development stands as the latest architectural masterpiece that redefines the pinnacle of ultra-luxury living in Colombo 08’s prestigious residential enclave.

The Seasons is located in the highly residential area of Colombo 08 between Chandralekha Mawatha and Fairfield Gardens. As a boutique residential development, ‘The Seasons Colombo Eight’ offers an exclusive, intimate, and customized ultra-luxury living experience in a prime location amidst an array of carefully picked amenities, catering to a niche affluent segment of homebuyers with just 44 residencies.

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