- Expands intoCanadaandSouth East Asiathis year
- Spring/summer collectionfor 2014 to be outon Friday
- Corporate wear – the trend for autumn/winterthis year
- Newtechnologyutilised tomake businessglobally relevant
Ransalu Pranaama is a program aimed at recognising and rewarding all those in the apparel sector for their contribution and dedication towards the industry which is today a major contributor to the economy through exports of quality garments to the international markets.
Thirty Sri Lankan children joined thousands around the world last week to learn coding, in support of the global ‘Hour of Code’ initiative spearheaded by the American non-profit, Code.org.
A noteworthy tripartite initiative to stimulate technology start-ups by Sri Lankan university students and recent graduates gets underway in January 2014 with corporate sponsorship and participatory inputs from Brandix.
Sri Lanka’s leader in apparel manufacturing, Brandix, and Tefron, a seamless fabric manufacturer based in Israel, have teamed up to form a joint venture, according to Israeli business daily ‘Globes’.
SLIIT, the premier degree awarding Institute in Sri Lanka, signed an agreement with Brandix Lanka Limited for the sponsorship of the RoboFest competition at the SLIIT campus in Malabe recently. Ishan Dantanarayana, Brandix Group Chief People Officer and Professor Lalith Gamage, President/CEO of SLIIT exchanged the agreement on behalf of the two organizations. Chief Operating Officer - Strategy Division at Brandix Lanka, Surendra Karunakaran, Professor Ashok Peiris, Dean Engineering and Dr. Malitha Wijesundara, Dean Computing of SLIIT also participated in the ceremony.
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