PDO seeks feedback of beauty culture entrepreneurs to develop sector

Feb 08, 2018 (LBO) – Policy Development Office of the Prime Minister’s Office is currently seeking feedback from beauty culture entrepreneurs to identify the issues in the sector.

Policy Development Office (PDO) said there is a high response rate for the ongoing island wide survey regarding the field of beauty-culture. Data analyzing process is yet to be concluded.

So far, two main issues have been identified from the available data; not having convenient places to locate their beauty salons and lack of capital to develop and improve them.

“We are already working towards to provide solutions for the certain recognized problems from the above survey,” Policy Development Office said.

“We received a number of opinions, suggestions from the entrepreneurs about the difficulties confronted by them and the steps that should be taken in order to develop and improve the business.”

To provide solutions for these problems, the PDO said it is already consulting divisional secretaries and local government officials.

It has commenced discussions with the Central Bank in order to resolve the issue of lack of capital.

The field of beauty culture has been recognized as an accomplished self- esteemed profession.

This project focuses on creating beauty salons with high standards and modern technology and generating successful young entrepreneurs in a high quality beauty culture sector in future Sri Lanka.