Over 700 B2B meetings will take place between Sri Lankan and foreign businesses, who will take part in the ‘Sri Lanka Investment & Business Conclave 2017’, which will commence tomorrow, in Colombo.
The event is organized by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC), the country’s premier business Chamber.
A total of more than 133 investors and business partners, who are coming to take part in the event from 23 countries, will meet with local counterparts in a bid to explore Investment and commercial partnership opportunities in Sri Lanka.
“Infrastructure, agriculture, export manufacturing, apparels, power and energy, recycling of waste, tourism and leisure, and export services have attracted the highest amount of overseas investor interest. They have already scheduled B2B meetings with local counterparts,” a CCC statement said.
“Apart from those sectors, ports and development, education, telecommunications, financial services, petroleum and related products along with several other sectors have also gained the attention of the foreign delegates. B2B meetings have been organized covering all thrust sectors of the local economy,” the statement added.