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Doctorate in Business Administration for Sriyani Chairman

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Mariyadas Selvaraj, Chairman of Sriyani Dress Point, was awarded a Doctorate in Business Administration from the American University College at a grand function held at Hotel Ramada in Colombo. This was mainly for his dedication in uplifting Sriyani Dress Point and his elevation of it as the premier garment fashion store in Sri Lanka. 

Established in 1971 with just four employees, Sriyani Dress Point has managed to open nine branches so far with over 2,000 employees. Their newest branch will be opening soon in Ratnapura. Speaking to the media Mariyadas Selvaraj said he was highly satisfied with this award given for his efforts in the field of business, and thanked loyal customers who kept faith in them as well as the dedicated staff and management in taking Sriyani Dress Point to the top.

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