MyDeal.lk new location marks another stride in expansion

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One of Sri Lanka’s pioneering e-commerce companies MyDeal.lk recently moved to a new showroom marking yet another stride in an illustrious expansion drive. 


Conveniently located at No: 740, Galle Road, Colombo 4, the new showroom is located at the heart of the Bambalapitiya junction, granting easy access from Galle Road, Duplication Road, Bauddhaloka Mawatha and Marine Drive.


 The opening ceremony was held amidst a gathering of the company’s senior management, customers, well-wishers and friends from the media. Speaking at the opening ceremony Chief Executive Officer Kumar Melvani said, “It has truly been a wonderful journey of steady and consistent growth for MyDeal.lk so far. We are constantly reminded of, and humbled by the loyal patronage of our customers, the support of our trusted partners, the encouragement by our friends and the stability and guidance provided by our stakeholders. I would like to praise the MyDeal.lk employees, whose behind the scenes dedication and commitment have helped us get to where we are today. We would like to say ‘thank you’ from the bottom of our heart to all of you who have stood by us throughout the years with patience and grace.”


With dedicated parking spaces for further convenience and a spacious interior, the new MyDeal.lk showroom is designed to give customers a superior shopping experience. The ergonomics and ambiance within the showroom will also leave customers wanting to come back for more. Prominent and attractive product displays will make it easier for customers to access the extensive portfolio of products within the ever-growing MyDeal.lk product range. MyDeal.lk has also streamlined the processes of picking up online orders and in-store shopping with separate product collection counters, a product checking counter and payment counters. 

 

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