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People’s Bank reaffirms commitment in driving SME sector to greater heights with ‘Entrepreneurial Gl

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As per its vision to propel the expansion and expertise of Small and Medium Businesses, People’s Bank held its ‘Entrepreneurial Glory’ program at the Pavilian Restaurant Monaragala.

The program features a series of seminars tailor-made to provide insight and expertise to entrepreneurs looking to start or expand their business. The two speakers at the occasion were renowned Skills Development Specialist – Sanath Gamage and Bandula Haputanthri – Commissioner, Inland Revenue Department. Amongst the other speakers from People’s Bank were K.B. Rajapaksa – Senior Deputy General Manager (Enterprise Banking), Wickrama Narayana – Assistant General Manager (SME) and Prasad Marasingha Monaragala Regional Manager.

The seminar aims at providing vital information for entrepreneurs to increase their knowledge on business planning, marketing, accounting, financial and time management whilst providing key information on taxes and banking procedures. From its inception, People’s Bank has supported SMEs, as it is the engine of growth for the economy by providing them a variety of financial solutions. Via the Entrepreneurial Glory program, the bank goes a step further by providing valuable know-how to these businesses to drive the economy is a more productivity manner.


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