Prime Lands’ Sandamini adjudged Best Women Entrepreneur – Large

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The prestigious Women in Management Organisation named Prime Lands Group Deputy Chairperson Sandamini Perera as the ‘Best Women Entrepreneur – Large’, at the ‘Women for Governance’ Professional and Career Women Awards 2014/2015 held recently at The Kingsbury Hotel – Colombo.

The annual gala award ceremony held for the fifth consecutive year to recognize and honour the most prominent women figures in Sri Lanka for their exceptional professional and entrepreneurial achievements and those demonstrating outstanding leadership and managerial qualities in their respective fields, contributing significantly to the society and the country’s development.

Prime Lands commenced operations in 1995 with the mission “committed to create a better place on earth” with only four staff members. Within the past 19 years, the company has grown to become the largest and most trusted real estate group in Sri Lanka by providing customers with beautiful lands and houses to live in across the country. The success over the years has been guided by the far sighted strategic vision ‘To be the Best Real Estate Company in South Asia by the Year 2020’ and the single-minded commitment towards professionalism. 

The Prime Lands group’s commitment to the highest standard of professional ethics and industry best practices has earned a reputation for unparalleled professionalism within the local real estate sector. The Prime Lands group was also adjudged as one of Sri Lanka’s top 20 ‘Great Places To Work’. 

“It is a great honour to receive such a prestigious award and I like share this recognition with the entire staff of the Prime Lands group and our customers together with all our stakeholders,” said Prime Lands Group Deputy Chairperson Sandamini Perera. 

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