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.
If you’ve ever prepared for A-level examinations, chances are you’ve felt the pressure that comes with it. But do these exams really define our future?
Sandil’s story just might shift your perspective.
As businesses adapt to the challenges of a post-pandemic world, implementing strategies that embrace circular economy solutions, with an emphasis on resource efficiency, can make all the difference.
Finance is a diverse and dynamic field, but more importantly, it is a vital component of Sri Lanka’s economy, extending endless possibilities for growth and opening up the world to those who want to explore beyond their current boundaries. A lot of individuals covet a distinguished career in finance, but many are not aware of exactly how they can achieve that goal.
With the ever-evolving startup landscape in Sri Lanka, entrepreneurs need more than just a groundbreaking idea to succeed.
We spoke to the business experts involved in this year’s highly anticipated startup accelerator, John Keells X, to find out what startups today need to thrive in this highly competitive landscape.
In Sri Lanka, many children face obstacles in accessing quality education, but there are efforts underway to ensure this gap is bridged. On this International Day of Education, under the theme ‘Changing Course, Transforming Education’, we explore how one entity, Hemas, is helping children achieve a brighter future.
Sri Lanka@100 is a private-sector initiative to support and stimulate the growth of Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Sri Lanka in order to help the country reach high-income status by 2048, when it reaches 100 years of independence from colonial Britain.
The year is nearing its end, and with it, brings many changes. The start of a new year is especially important for those entering the next stage in their lives; a.k.a. students who have just left school and are preparing to begin their higher education and/or enter the workforce.
An ongoing ‘shipping crisis’ — the result of #COVID19 disruptions — is becoming a growing challenge for Sri Lankan exporters. With skyrocketing freight rates and limited ship space, lower-value Sri Lankan products stand to lose market access if the industry doesn’t recover soon.
In 2020, after the COVID-19 Pandemic took hold, prospects for startups around the world started looking bleak. Its impacts rippled through society, affecting various spheres, presenting numerous social and economic challenges.
Did you know that countries that value #IntellectualProperty are more likely to see faster economic growth? Here’s how tech innovator in Sri Lanka’s apparel industry #MAS is using #IP to do just that and make a global impact.
Agriculture is one of the oldest and most vital industries in the world. Sri Lanka—an agrarian nation—has an agricultural history spanning over 2,500 years. It has been an important driver of poverty reduction in the country and contributes about 8.4% to the country’s Gross Domestic Production (GDP).
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