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National Chamber and NEDA hosts ‘Entrepreneur Awards 2019 –Western Province’

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The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka and National Enterprise Development Authority concluded the ‘Entrepreneur Awards 2019 –Western Province’ in grand scale at the Sri Lanka Foundation premises on 30 October. NEDA Chairman Dr. Siraz Meerasahib graced the occasion as Chief Guest among other dignitaries. 

The awards competition was designed for micro, small, medium and large business entrepreneurs in the fields of industry/manufacturing, agriculture/livestock/fisheries, hospitality/tourism and other services. The awards were presented for best practices, i.e, Best Environmentally-Friendly Enterprise, Best Exporter, Best Productive Enterprise, Best Innovative Enterprise, Best Value-Added Enterprise, Best Energy Efficiency Enterprise, Providing Most Number of Jobs for Women, Best Woman Entrepreneur and Best Entrepreneur with Disability.  

The ‘Best Entrepreneur of 2019 –Western Province’ is the most prestigious award of the event, which was presented to Wijaya Products Ltd. 

The event was graced by a large gathering of SME and large sector entrepreneurs together with Government officials and top corporate representatives.   


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