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SLT teams up with work.lk

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has signed an MoU with work.lk, an online freelance marketplace in Sri Lanka, to help the public in finding essential services online, while empowering the freelance community in the country to find freelance jobs easily.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two companies was signed at the SLT head office premises in Colombo Fort recently.

The recently launched www.work.lk, one of the first freelance websites in Sri Lanka, is an online marketplace designed by EFutureTech Systems (Pvt) Ltd. It enables people to easily hire any type of worker for a job, including skilled labour.

It enables job requirements to be published on the website free, allowing interested parties to bid for the job or call the client.

Alternatively, customers have the option of searching through the work.lk database for suitable professionals / freelancers.

It also provides a platform where freelancers can advertise themselves by registering their profiles with work.lk, which is also available free.

Under the MoU, SLT will facilitate its customers by providing the platform which will enable them to subscribe for work.lk services by choosing the ‘Pay with SLT’ option.

Chief Marketing Officer of SLT, Prabhath Dahanayake said, “SLT invites start-ups, students and educational institutes as well as others with innovative and creative ideas to partner with us so that we can support and empower you to take your innovative ideas to the nation.”

Head and Founder of Work.lk Anjana Ratnayake said, “At Work.lk, our vision is to create an efficient and user-friendly market place for those who need services or providers of services in Sri Lanka.

At present, we already have over 20,000 skilled professionals registered with us.” 

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