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Village Biz Fest: Celebrating village entrepreneurship


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One hundred village entrepreneurs will assemble at the Green Path Colombo on 20 July (Saturday) to celebrate sustainable business models that promote coexistence when the first ever ‘Village Biz Festival’ takes place on 20 July, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Green Path, Colombo 7.

Organised by Co-Exist Foundation in collaboration with Sarvodaya Development Finance (SDF) and Hatton National Bank (HNB), the main objective of this international event is to create awareness on sustainable business and life patterns through this one-day showcase initiative that focuses on up-cycling, recycling, sustainability and innovation of sustainable products and promote holistic living that embraces the concept of wellness. 

The event seeks to promote sustainable approaches among Sri Lankan entrepreneurs and will showcase the products of more than 100 entrepreneurs from different parts of Sri Lanka. It will also facilitate the collective learning of sustainable business models and frameworks.

‘Village Biz Fest’ intends supporting the creation of holistic business models that can inspire and influence systems to embrace a holistic approach and serve as replicable models for all of South Asia. All are welcome. 


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