Bharti Airtel, a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, announced that the corporate office of Airtel Lanka would gain a new identity through its relocation to the spacious corporate hub of Colombo, the World Trade Centre (WTC).
SriLankan Airlines demonstrated its high level of professionalism in human resource management and development when it won a Silver award in the Government-Owned Business category at the recently concluded National HRM Awards 2012, organised by the Organisation
On the theme ‘Taking the Business of Annual Reporting International’, Smart Media - The Annual Report Company held a ceremony to felicitate and recognise its Sri Lankan and international clients who had won awards at the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) Vision
Commitment to excellence in Human Resource Management has won the Brandix Group a Gold award at the 2012 HRM Awards presented by the Association of Human Resource Professionals in partnership with Aon Hewitt, the largest human resource consulting group in the world.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Tilak Karunarante had insisted on independence when SEC appeared before the Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) yesterday, Mirror Business learns.
Sri Lanka’s efforts to narrow its trade deficit and contain inflation will place the island on a platform for faster economic growth, Ajith Nivard Cabraal, governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka said yesterday.
South Asia is among the fastest growing regions in the world, but it is also home to the largest concentration of people living in conditions of debilitating poverty, human misery, gender disparities, and conflict. In my book, Reshaping Tomorrow, I ask if South Asia is Ready for the Big Leap.
India is committed to provide special preferential treatment for Sri Lanka ‘without seeking any reciprocity,’ a high ranking Indian politician has told a forum held in Colombo.
The Sri Lankan government needs to explore country branding through the utilization of relationships with local private enterprises, in order to boost exports and attract more investment to the country, according to Senior Advisor to the BursonMarsteller Global Strategy Team, Martin Roll.
India is to set up a mega manufacturing and export zone for engineering and manufacturing auto parts and also a pharmaceutical hub in Sri Lanka, India’s Trade and Commerce Minister stated.
Leading global public relations firm Burson-Marsteller has submitted its bid for the marketing of Ceylon Tea to the Sri Lanka Tea Board, according to Senior Advisor to the Global Strategy Team of BursonMarsteller, Martin Roll.
Another reader of this column writes: “I am a management trainee in a medium-sized business organisation. I was attending a workshop on Management Essentials recently and the trainer was briefly discussing the importance of a company’s culture in adapting to changes of outside business
It’s no exaggeration to say that the world of stock-buyers is made up of two kinds of people: Those who buy to hold and those who buy to sell. Put it another way, it’s made up of investors and traders. Many people believe investing in the stock market and trading in the stock market are one
REUTERS: Sri Lankan stocks rose to a five-week high yesterday on hopes the government will act to revive trading on an exchange that has fallen 18 percent so far this year. Markets were closed on Wednesday for a public holiday.
Four advertising industry powerhouses will battle it out today with the aim of securing a US$ 9 million contract, which will provide the winner with the task of promoting the Ceylon Tea brand, an advertising industry official stated.
It took me a visit to a friend who runs a small garment supplying company, to realize just how advanced the Sri Lankan garment industry is...
Although the meeting market stakeholders had with Treasury Secretary P.B. Jayasundara, reportedly bore no real result, it was decided to issue an official statement by the Finance Ministry about the outcomes of the meeting, to curb contradictory media reports.
Galadari Hotels (Lanka) PLC’s net loss widened during the June 2012 quarter as the hotel firm reported a net loss of Rs.323 million against Rs.18 million net loss it incurred in the corresponding period of the previous year.
A stock market is expected to present a level playing field to all investors. However, stock holders trading in the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) have encountered hurdles to trading, coming from both major private investors
ZILLIONe Technologies (Pvt) Ltd. proudly announced that it had won the 2012 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for Sri Lanka at Microsoft’s prestigious Worldwide Partner Conference,
Sri Lanka’s first space academy is to be built next year through an investment of US$ 20 million, through a joint venture between Supreme Satellite Private Limited Colombo and Great Wall Industry Corporation of China (CGWIC).
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