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Evening of Business Networking to Explore Business and Investment Opportunities in Sri Lanka

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Evening of Business Networking to Explore Business and Investment Opportunities in Sri Lanka

(1st October 2019, in Sydney Australia – Participation on Invitation only) 

Sri Lanka and Australia Chamber of Commerce (SLACC) together with Gilbert + Tobin takes pleasure in organizing one of the most highlighted events in 2019 calendar.

This year, we have partnered with Gilbert + Tobin to make this event a further success. 

Gilbert + Tobin is a leading Australian law firm, advising clients on their most significant corporate transactions, regulatory matters and disputes. They provide commercial and innovative legal solutions for leading companies, major infrastructure and services providers as well as government and public authorities across Australia and around the world.

HE J.C Weliamuna High Commissioner designate of Sri Lanka to Australia will also attend this event.

The evening will bring together many business leaders and decision makers to explore opportunities Sri Lanka has to offer to potential investors. The event will be an ideal platform to meet, connect and collaborate for future business ventures. 

Leading global investments already have their presence in Sri Lanka and there are over 40 Australian driven successful investments that are already in operation.  

Tourism, Agriculture, IT & BPO services, Education, Electrical & Electronics, Boating Industry are some of the promising industries to be taken in to consideration.

Sri Lanka is one of the most resilient and growing economies in South East Asia. 

Sri Lankan economy will advance further through Synergies created with stronger economies such as Australia. Countries such as Australia can take advantage of the low cost of production, highly trainable workforce and most of all the strategic position of the Island, with a vision to be the export hub at the center of the Indian Ocean by 2025.

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