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NHRDC conducts workshop for SME entrepreneurs in Gampaha District


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The National Human Resources Development Council (NHRDC) conducted a series of programs island-wide to build capacity of the small and medium scale business community. 

The latest program was conducted for selected SME entrepreneurs in the Gampaha District. This was conducted successfully with the collaboration of District Secretariat Gampaha in early August at the Auditorium of the District Secretariat.

Around 180 entrepreneurs attended the event. The event was organised with the support of the Additional District Secretary of Gampaha District Secretariat with the help of resource persons representing the Export Development Board, Hatton National Bank and the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The experience of some of the successful entrepreneurs in the Gampaha District was also shared with the entrepreneurs.


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