Source : dailymirror
Taipei-based business conglomerate VeriWell Technology Co. recently opened its office in Colombo.
VeriWell Technology operates in the areas of solar power, restoration of monuments and cultural relics, investment platforms, automotive, gems and jewellery, food, spices, tea and government academic exchanges.
VeriWell Technology Co. also serves as a tourism and immigration advisory service company, along with an entire gamut of other services all targeted at creating a hub of business opportunities.
November 11, 2022 saw the opening of doors for VeriWell Lanka, VeriWell Manpower and VeriWell Travel & Tourism.
All of these entities will integrate into the group composed of Li-Yuan Construction and the Taipei Business Council. VeriWell’s corporate headquarters in Sri Lanka is located at Castle Street, Colombo 08.
“Sri Lanka is a country that is blessed with rich resources, friendly people and natural beauty, all steeped in thousands of years of history. We view this market as a rising economic powerhouse in the South Asian region and immense potential and opportunities exist for the conduct of bilateral trade.
We seek to deepen the economic and cultural ties between Sri Lanka and Taipei in an effort to uplift the island nation’s economy. This is a promising venture for us, and we are happy to be here,” VeriWell Technology CEO Yen Yu Chen said.
Nipuna Dilruwan Herath, Director – Veriwell Global Lanka (Pvt) Limited, Sanath Nishantha, State Minister of Water Supply, Michael Chang, Vice President – Veriwell Technology Co., Ltd. and Yen Yu Chen, CEO – Veriwell Technology Co., Ltd. cutting the ribbon