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In this issue

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa opened the fourth session of the eighth Parliament of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.

Viyathmaga – a way for professionals played an enormous role in ensuring the victory of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. What differentiated his campaign was the direction provided by this movement that helped him carve his vision for Sri Lanka as way back as four years ago. Dr Nalaka Godahewa, one of the founding members of this movement spoke about the origins of Viyathmaga, its strategy and how as an independent organization it will support the incumbent President’s people-centric economic policies, which it engendered.

Celebrating 150 years, H L De Mel & Company can be best described as the doyen of Sri Lankan entrepreneurship. Romesh De Mel, Managing Director, H L De Mel & Company spoke about the strengths of the family-owned business.

S D Nishanka, Founder, BYNISH, a development design specialist with comprehensive experience in a rare combination of sectors outlined why Sri Lanka should embrace ‘design thinking’.

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The magazine of the corporate world, Business Today features an interesting line-up of interviews with eminent personalities who impact the corporate, commercial and economic sectors. The monthly magazine also includes exclusive articles syndicated from the Harvard Business Review and Financial Times. It has also featured the monthly columns by Richard Branson and Howard Schultz. International interviews featured include Sir Richard Branson, Paul Allen, Howard Schultz, Omar Bin Laden and Sir Jonathan Ive. Articles penned by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Jr. have also been featured in the magazine.

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