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Lakarcade TMC’s latest partner

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Seated from left: TMC President Emeritus Fayaz Saleem, MD/CEO Anil Koswatte and Lakarcade Marketing Consultant Kirthi Wickramasinghe

Lakarcade Ltd. has entered into an agreement to become a Partner of The Management Club – TMC as it is popularly known among its membership and managers representing the cream of practically all professional firms in the country. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed at the TMC Secretariat on 7 March for a period of three years. 

Anil Koswatte – Managing Director/CEO represented Lakarcade Ltd. and Kirthi Wickramasinghe Marketing Consultant – Inbound Tour Operators signed as a Witness. Fayaz Saleem – President Emeritus represented TMC.

Lakarcade Ltd. is an authentic Sri Lankan gifts and souvenir shop which adds value to the novelty gift and souvenir category which is expanding globally. Positioned as the pioneers of this category in the country, they are driven by the objective of operating in a global scale through online retails in order to take their brand global. Through that, they will take Sri Lanka to the rest of the world showcasing our heritage and culture.

Lakarcade Ltd. is conveniently located at No. 33, Staples Street, Colombo 2.

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