anything.lk

 
  • August 26, 2013

    Anything.lk-Agoda.com Enter Partnership

    Sri Lanka’s largest e-commerce platform anything.lk an associate company of Dialog Axiata, has recently partnered with Asia’s leading accommodation booking site Agoda.com, one of the fastest-growing on line accommodation platform worldwide and a part of NASAAQ listed Priceline Group.

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  • July 26, 2013

    How is E-commerce in Sri Lanka different? Learn from Reeza Zarook, Founder, Anything.lk

    Anything.lk is a 25 months old e-commerce venture based out of Colombo. Just as the name suggests, they aim to be the online destination for everything under the sun. Currently, the site has done over 190,000 transactions and sells about 800 vouchers a day.

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  • June 3, 2013

    American Express ties up with Anything.lk to give Cardmembers additional savings

    American Express the credit card acquired and issued in Sri Lanka solely by Nations Trust Bank PLC partnered with Anything.lk to offer their valued card members an additional 10% savings for purchases over Rs. 1000 when they shop at www.anything.lk from 15 May onwards.

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  • The future is golden for Anything.lk

    In an exclusive interview with Ceylon FT, Anything.lk Chief Executive Officer Reeza Zarook spoke about Anything.lk, their recent partnership with Dialog Axiata and future perspectives.

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  • December 31, 2012 20739_1

    The future is golden for Anything.lk

    In an exclusive interview with Ceylon FT, Anything.lk Chief Executive Officer Reeza Zarook spoke about Anything.lk, their recent partnership with Dialog Axiata and future perspectives.   “We have absolute focus on customer service and that comes through a number of things. Every staff member has to work in the store. It does not matter whether [...]

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  • December 16, 2012

    Dialog buys 26% stake in Anything.lk (The Nation, 16 December 2012)

    Sri Lanka’s largest telecommunications company, Dialog Axiata PLC has purchased 26 percent stake in leading daily deal providers, Anything.lk for US$1.59 million from venture capital firm, Ardent Capital.  The investment is said to value the company at approximately US$6.1 million.In a press release from Dialog, the company stated that the joint venture will combine the [...]

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  • December 12, 2012 Wow

    Dialog, Suntel, Anything.lk Collabo (indi.ca, 12 December 2012)

    Dialog has recently re-launched wow.lk, formerly a Suntel portal, as a sort of e-commerce aggregator. I’m sure it was a Herculean effort to integrate iBuy, anything.lk, Tradenet, etc, but it all sorta comes together. Into something I don’t want to use, admittedly, but something which I’m sure has some appeal.   Why don’t I want [...]

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  • Anything.lk

    Dialog Buys 26% Of Anything.lk (indi.ca, 12 December 2012)

      Dialog Axiata (Sri Lanka’s biggest mobile company) just bought a big share of German-backed start-up Anything.lk – 26% for 1.59 million USD, valuing the less than two year old* daily deals company at around $6.3 million. I’ve known anything.lk since it was a directory site run by a few friends, to when it partnered [...]

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  • December 11, 2012 anything.lk

    Anything.lk receives investment from Dialog (Ardent Capital, 11 December 2012)

    Ardent Capital, Thailand based hybrid venture fund, today announced an important milestone for its portfolio company Anything Pvt Limited. Dialog Axiata (Sri Lanka’s largest and fastest growing mobile telecommunications network), is investing US$1.6M into a new Joint Venture, which will combine Anything.lk, and the most visited online mall – iBuy.lk, B2B and C2C trading portal Tradenet.lk, [...]

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  • December 10, 2012 Anything-Daily-Deals

    Dialog buys into Ardent Capital’s Anything.lk at US$6.1M valuation (e27, 10th December 2012)

    Sri Lanka’s largest telco has purchased 26 percent of Ardent Capital’s portfolio company, Anything.lk, at a valuation of US$6.1 million. Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s biggest telecommunications company, has just bought 26 percent of Ardent Capital‘s portfolio company, Anything.lk for US$1.59 million. The investment values the e-commerce company at around US$6.1 million. Other than offering [...]

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