Department of Commerce invites Sri Lankan manufacturers, exporters and service providers to participate at Sri Lanka pavilions to be organized at the following overseas trade fairs
Exhibitors will also have an opportunity to attend B2B meetings that will be arranged in coordination with trade fair authorities and Sri Lankan Embassies in Thailand and France.


Digital Thailand

October 28- 31, 2019, Thailand

                  IT/BPO sector

                      FI 2019                                    

Food Ingredients Europe

December 3- 5, 2019, France

        Spices and other food ingredients
Cost of participation
  • Big Bang 2019: Cost of space and stall construction will be borne by the Department of Commerce.
  • FI 2019: 70% of the cost of space and stall construction will be borne by the Department of Commerce and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The balance 30% is required to be borne by the participants.
In addition, air fare, hotel accommodation, freight of exhibits and other personal expenses will also have to be borne by the participants themselves.

Application and Selection Procedure

Application form is available at DoC website ( >> Downloads >> Forms >> Application for TF participation). The duly filled applications should reach the Director General of Commerce via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on or before 15th September 2019. Short-listed applicants will be invited to an interview by a Selection Committee.
For further details, please contact   Mr. Dilanga Hettiarachchi (Big Bang) 0112329733 - 231 , Ms. Chathuri Jayawardhana (FI 2019) 0112329733- 251
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 The Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Toronto, as a part of the country promotion/tourism promotion program 2019, participated in the 8th annual One World One Family multicultural festival held in Erin, Ontario from 4 to 5 August 2019. The event showcased products, games, crafts, cultural heritages and performances from 28 different countries around the world.

The Consulate’s participation facilitated promotion of Ceylon tea and Sri Lanka tourism by raising awareness among the participants on Sri Lanka’s rich culture, history of Ceylon tea and travel information. Ceylon Tea samples from Dimbula, Nuwara Eliya, Kandy, Uva, Uda Pussellawa, Ruhuna and Sabaragamuwa regions, were displayed. Hot tea from the above regions was also served to the visitors.2

A large number of participants showed genuine interest in purchasing Ceylon Tea and visiting Sri Lanka.


Consulate General of Sri Lanka


16 August 2019

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