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First round of MTI’s ‘idea2fund’ closes today


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Untitled-3The first round of applications for MTI’s idea2fund will close today. 

“The initial response has been very encouraging. We will now start the evaluation and short-listing process, with the first round of presentations to MTI scheduled for the last week of March 2016. Post this, our Investment Pledgers will have the opportunity of being presented with the commercial propositions of those short-listed from the concept presentations,” said MTI CEO Hilmy Cader. Visit www.idea2fund.lk for entry.


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