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FACILITATING BPM OUTSOURCING TO SRI LANKA | KUMBUK

Renaissance Sri Lanka is a French non-profit humanitarian organization. Renaissance Sri Lanka has designed and launched an innovative digital networking solution for start-ups, SMEs and investors, to facilitate business relations in Sri Lanka. This innovative networking solution is called Kumbuk.  See how it works and how it facilitates BPM outsourcing to Sri Lanka. Information and…

පාරිසරික කෘෂිකර්මාන්තය (Agroecology) පිළිබඳ සජීවී අන්තර්ජාල වෙබිනාර් මාලාවක්

රෙනෝයිසන්ස් ශ්‍රී ලංකා, මොන්ලාර් සහ ග්‍රීන්ෆෙම් සංවිධාන කාබනික ගොවිතැනේ ලාංකීය මාදිලිය පිළිබඳ සජීවී අන්තර්ජාල වෙබිනාර් සාකච්ජා මාලාවක් දියත් කරයි.

Kumbuk helps Accelerators help growing startups

Accelerators are essential in helping innovative startups launch into space to reach the stars. Innovative startups contribute to the competitivity and the economic growth of a country. The expertise, the capital investment and support provided by Accelerators, are improved by adding Kumbuk in the weaponry.

Kumbuk helps Incubators help burgeoning startups

Incubators are essential in helping innovative startups in the early stages of their creation and growth. Innovative startups contribute to the competitivity and the economic growth of a country. The expertise and support provided by Incubators are improved by adding Kumbuk in the weaponry.

How Kumbuk helps your startup to come to life and grow

Recent studies show that nearly 80% of new startups start with personal funds and the others usually rely on a loan from the bank or family and friends. It is therefore essential that these funds are used in the best possible way. When it comes to spending for IT product development or business processes that…

Renaissance Sri Lanka, MONLAR and Greenfem, launch a live webinar series on building a Sri Lankan model of organic farming

Renaissance Sri Lanka, MONLAR and Greenfem are launching a live webinar series on agroecology. Hosted via Renaissance Sri Lanka’s “Kumbuk” online networking platform, the series will run every Saturday, from 8 October to 30 October, from 6.00pm to 7.30pm IST (GMT+5:30). It will highlight the importance of organic farming with the aim of contributing to a people-friendly true green revolution in Sri Lanka.