Sri Lanka’s pioneering fashion store Rich Look recently revealed the winner of the One Million-Rupee cash award offered as part of the “Rich Look Shop & Win”. The lucky winner of the inaugural grand prize was PriyaniDhammika, a resident in Eheliyagoda.
Janani Senadheera, from Wadduwa, secured the second prize – worth Rs.500,000 – following the raffle draw - conducted by Rich Look ready-made clothing showroom group, acknowledging their customers' trust in their fashion offerings. Similarly, TanushiVasanaElpitiya, a resident of Ratnapura, clinched the third place and received a cash prize of Rs.250,000. The grand unveiling of the prize winners was made by LahiruChamikara, Director of Rich Look Group.
While revealing the winners, Chamikara stated that the idea for this gift competition was first conceived in 2016, with the aim of appreciating thousands of customers who seek out the distinctive designs offered by the Rich LookGroup.
Nowadays, the television is at the center of many households — but modern television sets have greatly evolved to achieve the level of technology seen today. To continue evolving with the times, Samsung Electronics is pushing the limits of what’s possible with advancements in display size, smart features and immersive experiences.
To discuss these changing industry trends and the future of consumer preferences, Samsung Newsroom sat down with Kang-il Chung, Vice President and Head of Future Planning Group at Samsung’s Visual Display Business. Read on to learn more about how Samsung’s continuous TV innovations keep up with rapidly changing consumer lifestyles.
Q: We have recently seen a lot of innovation in the TV Industry. Where will this technology take us in the future?
On the sidelines of the visit of President Ranil Wickremesinghe and the Round Table meeting “Sri Lanka’s Economic Revival & Opportunities for Japanese Enterprise” held in Tokyo, President Sri Lanka Japan Business Council of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Mahen Kariyawsan met its counterpart Fumihiko Kobayashi, Chairman Japan Sri Lanka Business Co-Operation Committee & invited them to visit Sri Lanka in the 4th quarter of 2023.
They have agreed to fully support Sri Lanka for the economic revival to promote trade, investment & tourism. Kazuto Sasaki Secretary General JSLBCC, Mikinaga Hotta Chief Representative Itochu Corp ,Masazumi Nishizawa and Katzuto Sasaki of the Japan Chamber of Commerce & Industry also Participated in the meeting .
The Sri Lanka Japan Business Council & the Japan Sri Lanka Economic Co-operation Committee was established in 1979 and has had 19 joint committee meetings in Japan & Sri Lanka. The. main objectives are to promote trade, investment & tourism between Sri Lanka & Japan.