A key long term objective of workinsrilanka.lk is to work closely with all the different industries in Sri Lanka to support their need for expert workers to move to Sri Lanka.
We are currently finalizing partnerships with several industry organizations – these will be announced here as soon as they MOUs are signed!
The Sri Lanka Association of Software and Services Companies was incorporated with the objective of “To act as a catalyst of growth of the Sri Lankan IT and BPO industry by facilitating trade and business, propagation of education and employment, encouragement of research and innovation, and by supporting the creation of a progressive national policy framework.”
And this will be achieved by:
- By building a forum to bring industry together in a single voice
- Partner with Government in formulating policies, legislation, investment promotion and infrastructure development
- Partner with stakeholders for promoting the industry in global and local markets.
- Encourage members to uphold world class quality standards.
- Position Sri Lanka as a premier global sourcing destination.
- Expand the quantity and quality of the IT-BPO professional pool in Sri Lanka.
- Strive to uphold Intellectual Property Rights to enable to growth of the industry.
- Catalyze research, though leadership and innovation
- Add value to members by way of achieving shared aspirations, supporting growth and profitability, safeguarding members interests and access to knowledge and insights
The CILTSL which is a established global professional body, with over 33,000 members in over 30 countries, was established in 1985 in Sri Lanka with the objective of promoting and encouraging the art and science of logistics and transport and presently has over 1000 members in the transport and logistic fields.
Commenting on the partnership, the Secretary General of CILTSL, Major General (retd) Lionel Aluvihare said ” It is indeed a pleasure to join hands with WorkInSriLanka to develop Sri Lanka as a destination for professionals and business at a time where Sri Lanka also needs to stop the brain drain that is drastically affecting our economy as a developing nation”
Since the launch in May, the WorkInSriLanka initiative has found growing opportunities of building a solid brain gain platform. Several partners from both the government and private institutes have shown their support towards the initiative and are committed to building a stronger talent pool in Sri Lanka.
Interested in partnering with us?
We would love to talk to you! Please please drop us a note
and we’ll get in touch with you to take it forward!