Business News from Sri Lanka: Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Sydney in collaboration with the Export Development Board (EDB) and the Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) organized a Country Pavilion at the CeBIT Australia from 29 to 31 October 2019 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
Ten reputed Sri Lankan IT/BPM Companies participated at CeBIT exhibition to explore opportunities for bilateral commercial ventures in the ICE sector. CeBIT Australia 2019 showcased the dynamic merger of business with technology, how it can help business growth and connecting people to people contact.
Under the Economic Diplomacy Programme (EDP) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Sri Lankan Consulate office in Sydney organized a B2B Networking meeting with Australian companies for the visiting Sri Lankan IT Delegation on 30th October 2019 at Tattersalls Club.
The main objectives of the networking event was to connect the Australian and Sri Lankan companies in the ICT Sector to enhance the bilateral trade relations and to showcase Sri Lanka’s knowledge services industry for collaboration between Sri Lankan Australian companies.
Consul General Mr M H M N Bandara, Consul Commercial Mr Abdul Raheem spoke at the occasion. Mr Nilan Thimbiripola, Project Manager of ICTA made a presentation on IT/BPM industry in Sri Lanka and the potentials to expand trade relations with Australia in the ICT field.
The Consulate office also arranged the familiarization and field visits to Macquarie University and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) for the visiting Sri Lankan delegation to get updated technology usage in Australia. The Sri Lankan IT/BPM delegation to Sydney include Evensel-IT, hSenid Business Solutions (Pvt) Ltd, Omobio )Pvt) Ltd, CodeGen International (Pvt) Ltd, Afisol Private Ltd, Zkewed (Pvt) Ltd, Peercore Nexgen (Pvt) Ltd, BISTEC Global Ltd and VizuaMatix.