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wOw.lk relocates Experience Centre to Wellawatta and expands with new Repair Centre


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The new wOw.lk Experience and Professional Repair Centre at No. 498, Galle Rd, Wellawatta (opposite HSBC) 

Sri Lanka’s pioneer e-commerce operator wOw.lk opened its new customer experience centre, Centre Stage, in Wellawatta recently. Aimed at offering a heightened level of service to customers, the Experience Centre now comes fully-geared with wOw’s newly-opened state-of-the-art Repair Centre. 

Moving out from its former outlet in Thimbirigasyaya, this shift to a prime location facing the Galle Road provides customers increased convenience and easy access.  With an ambience that captures the essence of the brand perfectly, the wOw Experience Centre deviates from being a typical showroom by incorporating homely elements into its setting, which includes a living area, pantry and music centre for a unique customer experience. 

In a bid to further add value, the wOw professional Repair Centre was set up to address the increasing need of consumers to obtain high-quality repair services from a trusted entity. This new state-of-the-art repair centre has been set up in partnership with Olvo Technics and facilitates repairs for TVs, kitchen appliances and all other major electronic items. Repairs carried out will not be limited to product purchases made via wOw but will accommodate repairs of products in general. 

wOw.lk CEO Dr. Nushad Perera stated: “At wOw, we understand that customers are the focus of our business and we make every effort to add to their growing trust of the wOw brand and their overall experience with us. The setting up of our new customer Experience and Repair Centre is a reflection of what we believe in.”

Established in 2011, wOw.lk is one of the pioneer e-commerce platforms in Sri Lanka, which has since grown to become the leading and most trusted e-Commerce brand in the country, catering to millions of Sri Lankans islandwide. A fully-owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, wOw.lk was recently ranked Sri Lanka’s Most Valuable eCommerce Brand in Retail Services by Brand Finance, a leading independent band valuation strategy consultancy.  


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