Social entrepreneur and Community Specialist, Regional Strategies for India and South Asia at the World Economic Forum, Indira Kithsiri dons multiple hats. Powered by the passion to make the world ...
State and non-state organizations should do more for youth entrepreneurs. If these organizations provide the type of assistance provided by Youth Business International to youth entrepreneurs, youth entrepreneurship in Sri Lanka could be raised to a higher level.
Entrepreneurship plays a major role in Sri Lanka’s economic development. But entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka are facing greater challenge in the modern businesses environment under tough competition, rapidly changing new technologies and globalisation of products and services.
Success of Women Entrepreneurs Ms. R. Satkuneswary from Mullaitivu and Ms. Murugamoorthy Calista Rosemary from Jaffna like many several hundred women in the North were involved in small home based businesses such as pig rearing and snack production respectively, prior to the escalation of the conflict.
Ath Pavura ඇත් පවුර அத் பவுர. Ath Pavura is the first TV show to promote social entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka. A pioneering initiative to find the hidden entrepreneurs scattered around the country who are solving social and environmental problems through their businesses.
The Entrepreneur "Don’t be afraid to start small. Big achievements often start from humble beginnings." A s one of Sri Lanka’s most successful entrepreneurs and influential individuals to date, Otara’s very first inspiration was her parents and the impact they had on her life. Keen observation and learning from early life became the blueprint which she used to propel herself to the top.
Sri Lankan Entrepreneur, January 6th, 2013. Harris Brushes: Sri Lanka’s premier decorative tools. Vishmi WIJERATNE ‘Harris Brushes’ a house hold name in Sri Lanka for over 75 years, continues to dominate the decorative tools market through its trusted high quality products.
Social Entrepreneur Success July 7, 2009 / 0 Comments / in Success Stories / by DC Cordova Twenty years ago Susan Barton was working in an orphanage in Sri Lanka.
Entrepreneurship is a hard slog, and social entrepreneurship or rural entrepreneurship is even harder. Learn about your domain not just through books and courses but by immersing directly and ...
YBSL helps transform young Sri Lankan job seekers into job creators