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National Chamber and Sampath Bank workshops on ‘Start Your Own Business’


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The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka in association with Sampath Bank will be conducting a series of workshops in the provinces of Sri Lanka to familiarise youngsters on business entrepreneurship to assist them to start up their own business. 

The initial program was held in Galle and the second program in this series will be held in Kurunegala (Hotel Blue Sky) on Wednesday, 31 July, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. free of charge.

Target audience will be school-leavers, undergraduates, youth, women, and the differently- abled who wish to start their own business.

Dr. Premasiri Gamage, who is a well experienced professional trainer and a Senior Management Consultant, will be the speaker. In addition there will be a special career guidance session by Career Me, a program funded by USAID.

The objective of this workshop is to educate prospective entrepreneurs on how to make the correct decisions when starting a business; to gain profitability and achieve good returns; increase quality and productivity; access the appropriate technology; and how to market a product with success. This program will create employment opportunities for youth and women in the regions.

For more details and registrations kindly contact the Chamber on 011 4741788, 076 2 555 707 – Dilrukshi or Nirmani or email nishanthi@nationalchamber.lk; nirmani@nationalchamber.lk. 


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