Takas.lk ranked as the #1 Start-up in Sri Lanka

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Takas.lk has been selected by the www.startupranking.com as Sri Lanka’s best start up based on the SR Score.  The score reflects the importance of a startup on the Internet and its social influence compared to it peers. Takas.lk has beaten more than 94 registered sites in Sri Lanka to take the top spot. Furthermore, there are more than 7000 registered sites that are currently being evaluated on startupranking.com from across the globe.

Dilendra Wimalasekara, Murtaza Moosajee, and Lahiru Pathmalal founded Takas.lk in 2012 with Angel Funding secured though the Lankan Angel Network and other investors. Since the inception takas.lk have grown to one of the top contenders in the eCommerce industry in the island with more than 4000+ electronics products now which you can choose from, and 2000+ products in areas of apparel, personal care, car care, home appliances just to name a few.  

Takas.lk makes it easy for the consumer to buy online. Being the pioneer’s in introducing Cash on Delivery to Sri Lanka, you can use either cash or card to purchase. Furthermore, takas.lk now have 0% financing from some of the major banks in Sri Lanka. Which means you have the convenience of buying what you want, and paying how you want. 

The best part about takas.lk is the fact that regardless of where you live in the 
Island, you get the product delivered right to your doorstep. The best offers in the island just delivered right to you home. 

Takas.lk can be reached through your friendly browser on takas.lk or phone them on 011 77 82527

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  • kasun Wednesday, 15 July 2015 03:34 PM

    Congratulations !


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