Friday, January 9, 2015
even though we are 100% charity and non-profit foundation in 2014/2015 we were involved in major political transition in srilanaka to help millions of srilankans.this was not politically motivated but to help reconstruction,rehabilitation and social welfare which was not helped poor srilankas during last 10 years.corruption was everywhere and all public money divided among few families and their friends.shan traveled all the way from united states and was giving his fully support to masterminds behind this revolution.finally all hard work paid off on january 9th and clean politician came to power with peaceful and smooth transition. well done......................................................
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Leaders and innovators from a broad range of business sectors, and from Fortune 500 companies to successful small to medium businesses, were honoured Feb. 7 in Dallas at the annual Minority Business Leader Awards, presented by the Dallas Business Journal. Sri Lankan-born entrepreneur Susantha Shan Sisilchandra, co-founder and CEO of Ceyhinz Link International, Dallas, Texas based company, was among the honourees recognized by the Dallas Business Journal at a luncheon attended by 500-plus at the Sheraton Hotel in Downtown Dallas. This year’s recipients were a mixture of corporate executives, business owners and community leaders. But they all share a thread of learning from their lessons along their path to success, and finding a way to give back. Susantha received the award for his success in building and leading Ceyhinz Link International, parent company to Riococo Worldwide and Ceytips Ceylon Tea.Awards were presented to 28 business leaders, determined by a panel of business leaders who reviewed a large list of nominees.Dallas Business Journal publisher Tracy Merzi and editor Katherine Cromer Brock presented the awards to honorees on stage at the event. Video commentary from each honoree was also shown during the presentation. Susantha an old student of Nalanda College, Colombo and graduated from Massey University New Zealand.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
The Dallas Business Journal will honor its 2013 class of Minority Business Leader Awards winners during a luncheon and ceremony Thursday at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. This year's recipients are a mixture of corporate executives, business owners and community leaders. But they all share a thread of learning from their lessons along their path to success, and finding a way to give back. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK. http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/blog/2013/02/honoring-the-2013-class-of-dbj.html