Business and Economics
Stadium Restaurant adds new facilities

The newly launched Stadium Restaurant in Kesbewa Road, Boralesgamuwa opened their swimming pool pinning a much needed facility to the area. Stadium Restaurant which offers dining mainly targeting families was opened six months ago and due to numerous requests from their clients and residents nearby, added a pool with a separate kiddies pool recently. This is opened adhering to health guide line and with limited use.

“With Boralesgamuwa area fast developing as a residential area with several new apartment and we are now planning to convert Stadium as an entertainment hub,” said the two joint Managing Directors, Hasitha Udara and Anushka Wanniarachchi. Currently the venue offers dining in two decks with the view of the newly built jogging track and mini lake for around 80 guest and another 30 in the outdoor area. In addition Stadium also provides catering and online delivers with DJ in attendance in weekends. “We don’t serve liquor but allows guests to bring their own spirits and they are entertained in a separate area ensuring the privacy of families.”

HUTCH partners Spotify, bringing the world’s most popular audio streaming service to Sri Lanka

HUTCH, Sri Lanka’s preferred choice for mobile broadband services has teamed up with Spotify, the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription service, to bring to Sri Lankan mobile subscribers a personalized listening experience.

Spotify will offer in Sri Lankans a stellar listening experience for local and international music of over 70 million tracks.

This Hutch-Spotify partnership will offer Sri Lankans Spotify’s large music catalogue at a monthly subscription rate from as low as Rs. 579 (exclusive of taxes). Both prepaid and post-paid HUTCH customers can subscribe to Spotify Premium, a subscription service that allows users to enjoy uninterrupted music.

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IAAC recognised at Sri Lanka Best Brand Awards

The International Airline & Aviation College has added another accolade to its growing repertoire, having been recently been recognized as the Best Airline Training College at the Sri Lanka Best Brand Awards 2020.

The event was launched to recognize top companies and brands in Sri Lanka who have used branding to gain a competitive edge and offer products and services that stand out in each individual industry.

This award was the latest in a long line of accolades received by IAAC which has seen a considerable number of students graduate and receive diplomas in Airline Cabin Crew, Airline Ticketing Reservations and Marketing, Airport Ground Operations and Passenger Handling, Air Cargo Operations and Logistics.

The IAAC was created under the auspices of the Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission of Sri Lanka (TVEC).

CEO-Education Division of IAAC, Dulip Bryan stated, “This recognition further confirms our commitment to addressing the educational needs of Sri Lanka’s youth. A major concern faced by many school leavers today is the absence of a clear academic pathway leading up to the many job opportunities existing in the diverse aspects of the Airline and Aviation industry.

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