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HNB Gami Pubuduwa Avurudu Pola a resounding success


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Celebrating three decades of service to microfinance customers across rural Sri Lanka, the HNB Gami Pubuduwa Avurudu Pola was successfully concluded with over 100 micro entrepreneurs from across the island showcasing their products at the BMICH in Colombo, as part of a concerted effort by Hatton National Bank to promote rural entrepreneurship and establish vibrant new links to market opportunities.

HNB Managing Director/CEO Jonathan Alles graced the event as the Chief Guest at the ceremonial opening of the trade fair, accompanied by Guests of Honour, Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) Director Regional Development D.V.S Dayawansa, CBSL Additional Director Regional Development M.S.K

Dharmawardena, and HNB Chief Operating Officer Dilshan Rodrigo, along with members of the bank’s senior management.

A large gathering attended the Gami Pubuduwa Avurudu Pola which took place on 6-7 April at BMICH, with a multitude of stalls which were set up to showcase the extensive range of products, from vegetables and fruits, to Ayurvedic products, handcrafts, electronic appliances, brass products, etc., 

thereby cultivating vibrant new opportunities for the country's growing contingent of micro entrepreneurs and rural industries. 

 


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