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Conclave 2019 on 16 Sept. draws widespread foreign interest from different industries

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As per registrations received to-date, there is a rise in interest shown for agriculture, power and energy, infrastructure development, export manufacturing/services, knowledge services and tourism/leisure, by delegates registered to attend the ‘Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave 2019’. Foreign companies interested in investing in Sri Lanka are also keen on agriculture, tourism and leisure, export services and knowledge services sectors; all of which are industries with much scope and potential. 

Organised for the fourth consecutive year, Conclave 2019 will provide a platform in connecting the local businesses with global players, opening up a plethora of opportunities for the growth and expansion of trade. The B2B meetings will enable businesses to identify global best practices, share technological knowledge and business acumen, earn much-needed investments and create synergies. 

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Trade and Commerce, the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, Department of Commerce, Sri Lanka Export Development Board, and the Sri Lanka Convention Bureau will be organising ‘Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave 2019’ on 16 September at the Shangri-La Hotel Colombo. 

The Conclave 2019 is promoted with the support of the Sri Lanka high commissions/embassies located overseas, 125 Chambers of Commerce around the world where the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce have entered into Memoranda of Understanding. In addition, International Trade Centre – Geneva, World Chambers Network Paris, Confederation of Asia Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) and Beijing Lansing Overlook International Exhibition Co. Ltd. China promote the event amongst potential foreign partners overseas as the Supporting Partners of Conclave 2019.

Conclave 2019 is supported by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as the Knowledge Partner, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and as the Supporting Partners. 

In order to attract potential investors and business entities to visit Sri Lanka to attend the Conclave 2019, Sri Lankan Airlines was appointed as the Official Airline, providing discounted airfare for registered foreign delegates.https://invest-srilanka.lk Conclave 2019 web is designed by the Lanka Communication Services Ltd. 

as the Communication Partner. The Conclave 2019 web facilitates companies to register, settle participation fees, and schedule B2B meetings online. In order to facilitate participants to access their user accounts, E-W Information Systems Ltd. will provide all IT-related equipment required at the Conclave 2019 venue as Official IT Partner and the event will be supported by Arimac Digital as Technology Partner. The Tribefunds will be the Supporting Partner Equity Funding and Hertz Car Rental has been appointed as the Official Travel Partner.  In order to facilitate foreign participants to experience high quality pure Ceylon Tea at the event venue, Euro Scan Exports Ltd. 

will showcase a wide range of high quality Ceylon Tea at its stall for visiting delegates at the event venue. For further details please contact them on +9411-5588818 or investsrilanka@chamber.lk. Interested parties may also register through: https://invest-srilanka.lk.

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