eCommerce company  Wasi.lk moves to Flower Road showroom

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Wasi.lk, a leading eCommerce website has relocated to a new and improved showroom at Flower Road, Colombo 7. 
The new outlet features a large showroom area which enables products to be displayed much better, providing customers with added convenience. 
Keeping with Wasi.lk’s customer-centric vision, the outlet is designed to offer maximum comfort to customers, from spacious and one on one customer care, to a comfortable seating area customers can make use of whilst waiting to be served. 
Further, customers can use the ordering stations made available to browse products online and place orders directly from the showroom as well. Situated in the heart of Colombo, the new showroom will be open for longer hours and will enable Wasi.lk customers to pick up their purchases with ease.
 With this new showroom Wasil.lk will ensure that customers not only get the finest products at the best value, but also at their convenience. Wasi.lk Managing Partner Mirfaz Mohideen said, “Through our new showroom we hope to showcase a wider variety of products offering to our customers. This also provides our suppliers with a larger area in which to display, advertise and promote their products, leading to a win-win situation for all.”
 Christopher Wijeysooriya and Mirfaz Mohideen founded Wasi.lk in 2013. Since the inception Wasi.lk have grown to one of the top contenders in the eCommerce industry in Sri Lanka with more than 1,000+ amazing product deals ranging in areas of electronics, personal care, home appliances, sports supplements just to name a few.  

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