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European Chamber to host ‘European Fiesta’

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The European Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (ECCSL) will be hosting ‘European Fiesta’ in celebration of 22 years in operation. The ECCSL was founded on 20 June 1996.

The European Fiesta will provide an opportunity for local businesses to network with the other high profile participants and invitees from the business world. The ECCSL has an exclusive mandate to promote trade and investment opportunities between Sri Lanka and 28 European Union member countries and works closely with the Delegation of the European Union to Sri Lanka. As a premier business chamber, the ECCSL helps members and non-members to network with other businesses and maximise business opportunities. 

The European Fiesta will include a Tasting Corner comprising wines, cheese, meats and tapasto celebrate European culture, three dance acts by Tarja De Silva and a [artner, and a business card raffle draw sponsored by Amba Estate and Ferrero Lanka. ECCSL will be hosting this event in collaboration with Sifani Jewelers and Chatham Luxury Watches as the Official Event Partners.

Platinum Sponsor, Qatar Airways; Silver Sponsor,DIMO together with Mercedes Benz, Siemens, thyssenkrupp, Bosch, MTU, Zeiss, Food & Beverage Partners, the Park Street Gourmet, The Bavarian, Apero and Café Francais.

There will be 25% off on all Sifani Jewellery and Chatham Luxury watches available at the event. The event will be held on 20 June at Sifani Showroom, No. 86, Galle Road, Colombo 3, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

The event is open for both members of the ECCSL and non-members.

For registration, please contact 11-250-7622/11-250-7625, email admin@eccsl.lk or clientservicing@eccsl.lk.

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