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8 Sri Lankan Companies participated in CeBit this year.

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Participation in the trade show was organised in conjunction with the EDB and the Consulate General of Sri Lanka – Frankfurt Germany. CeBIT, the world’s leading event for the digital economy, raised the bar this year: “International business was at the top of the agenda,” said Frank Pörschmann, the Deutsche Messe Managing Board member in charge of CeBIT, at the closing press conference on Saturday.

The German Asia Pacific Forum, 25th Feb. 2013, Messe Frankfurt, Germany

Prdip Jayawardene messe

The sound of Kandyan drums reverberated through the hall, lithe bodies moved with the music. Colour, movement and sound.

The performance of the Bishops college hewisi band and music from the De Lanerolle brothers was the finale of an event organised by the DAW German-Asian Business Circle on the 25th February 2013, in partnership with the Sri Lanka consulate in Frankfurt to bring together the business communities in Germany and Sri Lanka in a full day economic forum. The event included an investment forum, Sri Lanka specific workshop and business to business matchmaking for Sri Lanka companies and an evening reception.

Progress of plans at Frankfurt Sri Lanka Consulate General

Natlday01 CGaBringing the community together as one nation has been one of the central issues taken up by Consul General Mr. Pradip Jayewardene in Frankfurt, Germany. Several initiatives were taken and activities launched to make this happen. During his speech at the national day celebrations earlier, the Consul General summarized the progress towards achieving his goals for the Mission during the last year and plans for this year in community relations as well as improvements in the core services provided by the Mission and progress in trade-commerce area.