Dreamron Group fetes distributors
The Dreamron Group of Companies recently felicitated its distributors
islandwide in recognition of their contribution to the growth of the
company and achieved a turnover of Rs. 1.2 billion last year.
Chairman and Managing Director, Dreamron Group, Dr. Priyanka
Perera presents a token of appreciation to a distributor.
Dreamron Group Directors Deepal Nelson and Nisha Perera look
on. Pic: Saliya Rupasinghe
A full-day workshop was held at its factory in Horana followed by a
fellowship at a reception hall at Borelasgamuwa in the evening.
Chairman and Managing Director, Dr. Priyanka Perera thanked all
distributors for their contribution over the years. The company which
has invested Rs. 200 million in an expansion program will soon have the
largest cosmetic manufacturing facility in Sri Lanka
Managing Director, Kindai Kagaku of Dubai, Amin Kamyab was also
present. Among the highlights of the day were the renewal of partnership
agreements with the Dreamron distributors in Sri Lanka and the renewal
of the business agreement with Iran following the withdrawal of the
international trade sanctions.
Iran was one of the largest importers of dyes and shampoos of the
Dreamron range. Director, Dreamron Group, Deepal Nelson said that
Dreamron hopes to be a global brand by 2020 and have at least five of
its products in the global market and also develop 10,000 beauty salons
in Sri Lanka to international standards as a CSR effort of the company.
The company will also contribute to the cosmetic industry in Sri
Lanka by helping local beauticians to upgrade themselves to Diploma and
NVQ standards at the Dreamron Art and Beauty Colleges in Maharagama,
Negombo, Kurunegala, Kandy, Galle, Matara and Horana.
He said the company hopes to set up a fashion and beauty care
university by 2020 giving local and foreign students an opportunity to
obtain a degree in fashion and beauty care.