For the third successful time, Daraz.lk is Bringing back Daraz 11.11, on Sri Lanka’s largest online marketplace from the 11th to the 17th of November. Daraz 11.11 sports mega deals on electronics, fashion, lifestyle and groceries with the lowest prices in town!
With up to 85% off on selected products, discount vouchers worth 3 million, bank deals and 0% easy monthly installments, Daraz has recognized the need to go easy on your wallet. 11.11 has proven to be the largest online sale globally, even surpassing Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, in terms of offers and purchases.
Daraz Mall, the premium channel with over 450 trusted brands, 100% genuine products and a 14-day return policy, brings special offers under terms and conditions, including up to 30 % OFF on Samsung mobile phones, up to 70 % OFF on TV home theater systems, refrigerators and washing machine and 1 million worth bundle offers from Browns. The special offer of buying JVC 65″4K Digital Smart LED TV and getting a JVC 32″ LED TV free is also making a comeback. The first 3 customers who buy a personal power plate will get a Weslo G3.9 treadmill worth Rs 87,900 for free, while buying Coca Cola will give you a chance to win a motorbike. Furthermore, a flat 25% is given on selected diaper brands and purchasing it adds a chance of winning a full year’s worth of diapers.
For those lucky customers awaiting special deals to cater to their fashion needs, receive up to 75% off and free shipping on LICC products, and revamp your wardrobe by shopping for over Rs. 5,000 and stand a chance to win products worth Rs. 25,000 from Vantage, and Laveena sarees.
You can also pay your electricity bill through Daraz Easy bills and get extra 10% off on your total bill!
Shoppers can also play the Rs. 1/= game and stand a chance to win products for Rs. 1/= only! You can also add selected products to your cart and stand a chance to win them. The Mission to 11.11 challenge lets you complete 11 missions during the 11.11 Sale, lucky users could stand a chance to win an Apple iPhone 11 pro, Daraz vouchers and other incredible prizes.
Making the 11.11. experience much more global, shoppers can enter the Daraz Ludo tournament, play Ludo with other Daraz venture players from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal and stand a chance to win giveaways worth up to Rs. 250,000!
Daraz has partnered up with leading banks such as Bank of Ceylon, Commercial Bank, Sampath Bank, HSBC, HNB, Seylan Bank, NDB, Peoples Bank and Union Bank, offering further 10 % OFF and up to 36 months 0% installment plans on credit cards. Furthermore, Mastercard is offering 12 % OFF on all credit and debit cards under conditions. With these features in place, you won’t have to blow your bank account to access all the amazing products they have for you. (Daraz)
Dialog Enterprise introduces Dialog SmartLife App for Three Sinha roller doors
The Three Sinha Group, a leading roller door company in Sri Lanka, has teamed up with Dialog Enterprise, the corporate ICT solutions arm of Dialog Axiata PLC, to launch a smart roller door controlled via the Dialog SmartLife App. This app enables users to control and access roller door services conveniently from their smartphones. Customers who use Three Sinha roller doors simply need to download the Dialog SmartLife App on Apple App Store and Google Play Store on their smartphone to operate the roller doors from anywhere.
“This is another important step in that process, and we are pleased to partner Dialog Enterprise to provide customers with a future-fit solution. I invite our customers to become a part of this experience”, said Manjula Ariyakumara, the Managing Director of Three Sinha Group of Companies. “As expounded by our brand ethos ‘The Future.Today’, Dialog is continuously seeking avenues of incorporating communication technology into many service areas and product offerings. In line with this vision, we are delighted to partner Three Sinha, a leading Roller Door company in Sri Lanka”, stated Navin Pieris, Group Chief Officer – Dialog Enterprise of Dialog Axiata PLC
BOI launches long term residence visa programme for investors
The Board of Investment (BOI) recently launched the five-year residence visa program dedicated to investors, stakeholders and BOI enterprises.Issuing long-term visas for investors has been the practice as per the international standards. On par with matching the international benchmark in respect of ease of doing business, the BOI has decided to launch this program to attract more investors to the country.
The long-term visa program, a long-felt need, primarily aims to facilitate the investors who wish to embark on a journey with the BOI.The BOI annually issues 7500-8000 visa recommendations for investors, employees and dependents.The BOI has granted visas for foreign nationals from 109 countries such as India, the United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Pakistan which represent the most applicants based on last year’s statistics.
Addressing the gathering, Investment Promotion Minister Dhammika Perera said “The happiness on the faces of those investors present at the occasion, implies that the newly launched visa residence scheme is a success,”
“Before the implementation of this program, they had to go through a long documentation process every year to get these visas,” he pointed out.
“Having understood the prime need to provide a seamless and convenient service for investors, we have launched the new program albeit I have not officially assumed duties as the Investment Promotion Minister,” Perera highlighted.
BOI Director General Renuka M Weerakone stated “It is certainly a pleasure to see all our long-standing investors on this special day of launching the long-term residence visa program for investors.
“You all have been the contributors towards 65% of export earnings to Sri Lanka and have stood by us even in times of difficult periods that our country faced, which we wish to acknowledge with great gratitude,” she underscored.
People’s Bank commemorates its 61st anniversary
People’s Bank, held a modest ceremony to on 1st July to commemorate their 61st anniversary at the bank’s Head Office in Colombo 02. Chairman of the People’s Bank Sujeewa Rajapakse and CEO/General Manager Ranjith Kodituwakku addressed the staff at this event.
In addition, Religious programs were organized by the Buddhist Association, Hindu Association, Muslim Majlis and the Christians Guild of the People’s Bank to invoke blessings on the country, the people, the customers and the pioneering leaders who have contributed to establish the People’s Bank.
Accordingly, a Pirith chanting was held at the Head Office which was followed by an alms giving at Sambodhi Viharaya in Fort with the patronage of Chief Incumbent Most Ven. Professor Iththademaliye Indhasara Thero. Hindu pooja was conducted by Sri Nivasa Kurukkal, Bambalapitiya, Islamic Service conducted by Deshabandu Al Haj Faisal Hassan mowlavi at Dawatagaha Jumma mosque in Colombo and the holy mass was conducted by Rev. Father Anton Rohitha at St. Philip Mary’s church in Pettah.People’s Bank Corporate and Executive Management, bank staffs and retired employees were also present at the occasion.
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