Business and Economics
Sriyani Dress Point ventures into exquisite occasion wear

Home to cutting-edge fashion, jewellery, accessories, cosmetics, and modern household needs, Sriyani Dress Point is one of Sri Lanka’s largest retailers of readymade garments. The brand’s humble beginnings date back to 1993, when it originated in Kegalle on a small scale with just four employees. Today, the brand employs over 2,000 individuals through eight showrooms currently in operation in Kegalle, Kurunegala, Matale, Kandy, Negombo, and Ratnapura.

‘Sriyani’ in its modern iteration is a family-run venture headed by its Founder and Chairman Mariyapillai Selvaraj, along with Directors Madushika Selvaraj, Dhinushika Selvaraj, and Shabrajith Selvaraj, who oversee its entire operation. As a company, they remain committed to corporate and social responsibility while expanding its reach within the country as the company diversifies its interests and strives towards the next decades as a leading retailer. “We conduct our operations with honesty, integrity, and respect for the rights and interests of our customers. In all our actions, we strive to ensure that all economic, environmental, and social factors are considered.
Sri Lanka classic car rally launched

Destination Rally together with Authencities (Pvt) ltd organized the Sri Lanka classic car rally from January 17  to 30  2023. Seventeen different kinds of classic cars from Austria, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Europe and Scotland were temporarily imported under the Carnet de Passage permit and with the assistance of the Automobile Association of Ceylon, they were registered with the registrar of motor vehicles to driveon Sri Lanka roads.

At the starting point, Waikkal, several VIP dignitaries and officials graced this colourful ceremony. Devapriya Hettiarachchi, secretary and Chithralal Liyanasuriya chief engineer both from the automobile association flaged off the cars at the start. The rally will cover Anuradhapura, Trincomalee, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya, Kandy, Nuwera – Eliya, Wellawaya, Yala, Weligama, Galle and back to Colombo and cover a total mileage of 1,700 km. The intention of the organizers was to promote more tourists to the island.

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Horizon Campus appoints Spectrum Overseas Education Consultancy as Official Visa Agency

Horizon Campus recently entered into partnership with Spectrum Overseas Education Consultancy, to handle the visa requirements of their students who wish to travel overseas for further education. Spectrum Overseas Education Consultancy is a top visa agency in Sri Lanka offering transfer chances to Australia, Canada, the UK, and a variety of other countries and with this partnership, Horizon Campus students are given the convenience of completing their visa requirements in-house at the Spectrum office which will be housed within the Campus.

Spectrum Overseas Education collaborates with many universities throughout the world and, students of Horizon Campus have the benefit of screening their university degree application through Spectrum prior to enrolment with detailed visa consultation.

Through its partnership with Melbourne-based La Trobe University Australia, Horizon Campus has a unique route to Australia. Students who enroll in the Pathway program will receive 100% Free Visa Consultation and Visa Processing through Spectrum Overseas Education.

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