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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will organize the “Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave 2017” from 30th May to 1st June 2017 in Colombo to attract much needed Foreign Direct Investors to Sri Lanka, Business partners for Exports and Imports and also to promote Tourism, in a bid to help propel the nation’s economic growth to greater heights.

The Conclave 2017, which will be held under the theme “Growth through Partnerships” will focus on bringing in investments into the  areas of Agriculture, Apparel, Education, Export Manufacturing, Export Services, Infrastructure, Knowledge Services, Tourism and Leisure, Power and Energy, Telecommunications and Related Services, Ports Development, Distribution of Petroleum related products such as LPG & LNG and Recycling of Waste.
The 2-day event to be held at the Cinnamon Grand, Colombo will provide potential foreign investors with an overall outlook of Sri Lanka’s Investment Climate and also make room for establishing links between both local and foreign investors taking part in the event.

Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Industry and Commerce, The Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, The Department of Commerce, Sri Lanka Export Development Board, Sri Lanka Convention Bureau (SLCB), International Trade Centre, Geneva, World Chambers Network, Beijing Lansing Overlook International Exhibition Co. Ltd. and JETRO Colomboare facilitating the Chamber to make the event a success.

Sri Lanka’s Diplomatic Missions located overseas and the 127 Chambers of Commerce, which the Ceylon Chamber has partnerships is also putting its weight to promote the conclave, worldwide. The inaugural Business Conclave held last year, was a highly successful event and attracted 127 foreign participants spanning 25 countries.