The Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha (SSLSD) organised its Business BBQ 2017 with the theme “Make It Happen” at Mercure Grand hotel recently.
The event was organised for senior SSLSD students pursuing commerce. Bhathiya Bulumulla, CEO of Aitken Spence Plantations Management, was the chief guest, while Dr Tejinder Singh, Founder of Q Tickets, was the guest of honour. Brain child of the SSLSD chairman, the event this year consisted of several presentations that included an analysis of the Sri Lankan national budget, taxation policies and an alliance between a clothing retailer in Qatar and ODEL (Sri Lanka).
The most eye-catching bit was a presentation by some of the Advanced Level students, who came up with their business plan for an anti-hairfall tea under their own company name called Mezton. One business manager even went as far as to say that he will have no second thoughts about putting such a product on the shelves of his store. The event also featured an Indian dance performance and a hip hop routine.
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