Sri Lanka’s startup ecosystem today is worth over $225 million. But, with the right push, startups here will have all the tools they need to grow, adapt, and scale even better. Here’s how the freshly launched Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub is backing them to do just that.
Have your financial plans taken a hit this year? Sri Lanka’s socio-economic crisis has affected everyone. But with the right contingency plans in place, you can still keep your long-term financial goals on track.
This month, Axiata Digital Labs kicks off its second ever AI Summit. The week-long event invites business leaders and tech enthusiasts from around the world to explore the future of artificial intelligence and the impact of recent developments in tech on various industries.
Reviving the economy on the heels of a global pandemic and skyrocketing inflation is unlike any challenge Sri Lanka has ever faced before. In our series ‘CIMA Super Heroes’, we sit down with some of Sri Lanka’s top business leaders to learn how they guided their organisations through these uncertain times.
If you have ever wired money abroad through a third-party company that is not a licensed bank or a financial institution, chances are that you’ve committed a crime.
As Sri Lanka’s economic crisis continues to develop, one question on everyone’s mind is how they can protect their personal wealth and savings.
We spoke to leading property developer and Managing Director of the Rush Lanka Group Sabeer Iqbal for a professional insight on why real estate might represent the ideal investment opportunity in a crisis economy.
Renuka Suraweera would be the first to tell you: batik is an art. It requires training, skills, and experience. But that hasn’t stopped her from mastering the art form, kickstarting her own business, and teaching others. Roo Siru Bathik is a prime example of a flourishing business driven by passion.
In the mid-1800s, Sri Lanka was a nation renowned for producing high-quality coffee. Today, with the country’s re-emerging coffee culture, speciality coffee provides immense potential for the country to be a key player in the global coffee trade.
Reviving the economy on the heels of a global pandemic and skyrocketing inflation is unlike any challenge Sri Lanka has ever faced before. In our series ‘CIMA Super Heroes’, powered by CIMA, we sit down with some of Sri Lanka’s top business leaders to learn how they guided their organisations through these uncertain times.
What do a retired street cricketer, failed comedian and respected economist have in common? Join our Editor-in-Chief Roel Raymond as she catches up with Verite Research Director Deshal de Mel on history, geography and a whole lot more to find out.
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