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Sri Lanka in the limelight as Forbes Asia engages local representation

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Infonic Global (Pvt) Limited has been appointed as the representative for Forbes Asia in Sri Lanka, and plans are afoot to draw the attention of Forbes’ extensive global readership to focus on the prevailing opportunities in the most liberal economy in South Asia.
Founder Directors of Infonic Global, Dr. Amila Kankanamge and Chrys Gunatilaka are optimistic of Sri Lankan businesses benefitting from Forbes initiated events that will be hosted in Sri Lanka that will alert prospective investors eyeing developing countries as a target destination for their investment dollars.

Forbes Asia, serves as Asia-Pacific’s definitive voice celebrating entrepreneurial capitalism and business. Each issue identifies and profiles Asia’s noteworthy individuals - from the richest people to the most powerful businesswomen and to the most philanthropic to the highest executive ranks of the most dynamic companies and from the up-and-comers to the best big corporations.

Forbes Asia presents relevant local features and authoritative reporting that is especially engaging to Asia’s most influential and successful business leaders.
Forbes’ presence in the region also includes nine local editions: Forbes China, Forbes India, Forbes Indonesia, Forbes Japan, Forbes Korea, Forbes Mongolia, Forbes Philippines, Forbes Thailand and Forbes Vietnam. Forbes Asia and the nine local editions have a combined circulation of approximately 500,000, offering marketers unparalleled access to senior business leaders and key decision makers in this prospering region.
With a readership second to only the Times Magazine, the launch of Forbes in Sri Lanka will undoubtedly pave the way for exponential media attention on a country on the verge of breaking it’s shackled past to welcome its rightful place on the world stage.


 

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