We are looking forward to work with 5 striving Sri Lankan companies!
The GLX Garage – Business Clinic is the latest GLX business development programme that supports sustainable SME’s in the sectors Food, Wellness, Travel and Design. The GLX Garage will bring in international & local experts to help identify and ideate on solutions that will address and resolve issues faced by companies to help them scale and move into international markets.
Each company will be looked at individually and get to work with mentors who will tailor a business strategy that applies to specific problems faced by each business.
The aim of the GLX Garage is to help Sri Lankan companies move into international markets by facilitating long term partnerships with potential buyers and partners from across the world.
The GLX Garage is addressing companies looking to expand their exports of sustainable products and aiming to create a global consumer base for their products in Europe and other international markets. The GLX Garage will offer a pool of services depending on the needs of the selected companies, such as:
We proudly present the innovative GLX Garage participants of 2020! We are excited to work with these inspiring entrepreneurs on their growth strategies and accompany them on their way to enter new international markets.
Target Agriculture (Pvt) Ltd. is an exporter of organic and fair trade certified fruits products located in Weligama Sri Lanka. The company was founded in 1994, and its entire supply chain - from the farmer network to export - is organic certified.
Target’s key focus is to provide a better quality and safer product to its customers, while empowering rural farming communities, who are considered one of the main stakeholders of the company.
House of Lonali believes that consumption should be approached thoughtfully. Where possible we should recycle (or upcycle), reuse things we already have and reduce our impact on the environment and human resources. Lonali is the antidote to the rise of fast fashion, providing uncompromising style at an affordable cost.
Lonali lovingly upcycles unwanted textiles from large manufacturers, waste that would otherwise end up as landfill, and transforms them into original clothes and lifestyle products.
House of Lonali works closely with the cottage industries in Sri Lanka to hand-make products, providing income in fair conditions for local artisans.
Founded in 2013, Worga Naturas produces healthy and organic food by using fresh and certified organic materials with state-of-the-arttechnology.
Worga strives to be the best organic food processing company in Sri lanka by empowering the local organic farming community and supporting the rural economy.
The company prides itself on being a reliable source for organic certified products ranging from dehydrated fruits to spices, and coconut products.
Serendipol Pvt Ltd is a BOI JV company, having commenced commercial production at a fully owned facility at Kuliyapitiya, Sri Lanka. The company ‘s mission is to be the world’s foremost supplier of certified fair trade, organic and regenerative coconuts. They strive to deliver both their shareholders and customers a reliable, environmentally sustainable and socially responsible source of raw material for food and body care products.
Since inception Serendipol has funded and disbursed over 1.8 million dollars through CSR projects in assisting schools,providing medical equipment to peripheral Hospitals, vocational training to disadvantaged adolescents, vital infrastructure in marginalised communities and staff welfare.
Ceylon Exports & Trading (CET) is an ISO22000 and FDA certified manufacturer and exporter of organic and vegan food products. The company currently holds a Coconut Development Authority (CDA) manufacturing license and directly operates a factory in Sri Lanka’s coconut triangle. CET exports a range of naturally processed coconut products, such as Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Coconut Flour, Coconut Chips, Coconut Cream, and Coconut Sugar. In the last 24 months, the company has exported to over 20 countries across all five continents.
The company’s sustainable and ethical value chain brand – “Coco House” – is currently enlisted on Amazon USA, Amazon Japan and retailers in Ukraine and Cyprus.