01st October 2009, www.dailynews.lk
The Board of Investment of Sri Lanka (BOI) granted investment approval to Quaestus Lanka to commence a BPO/Call Centre. BOI Chairman/Director General Dhammika Perera signed the agreement on behalf of the BOI and presented the BOI Certificate of Registration to Quaestus Lanka Chairman Tomas Plojhar.
Quaestus Lanka signed the agreement to set up a BPO/Call Centre in Colombo. The venture will provide telemarketing facilities for glogster.com solution. The company is an initial investment of US $ 160,000 providing employment for 40 at initial stages. Glogster.com is an online educational tool developed based on online social networking tool principals.
Quaestus Lanka will be engaging in marketing education licence for the glogster solution to schools around the world. The online teaching tool is used in over 200 countries including Australia, United States and United Kingdom. Glogster is an educational resource for innovative and interactive learning. Glogster was conceived to imaginatively, productively, and collaboratively respond to the dynamic educational landscape and exceed the needs of today's educators and learners. Educators from all over the world are integrating Glogster's resourceful platform to make traditional learning more dynamic, more interactive and more in tune with learners today.
This is the second BOI venture for these investors from the Czech Republic, which shows the confidence they have in the Sri Lankan economy and the BOI. The investors also operate Lanka-Cat, a web designing and software development venture. Chairman, Tomas Plojhar and Director, Brian Kurera signed the agreement on behalf of the company. Investors Stanislav Sramek and Vladimir Ondrousek were also present.
Picture shows BOI Chairman/Director General Dhammika Perera formally presenting the BOI Certificate of Registration to Quaestus Lanka Chairman Tomas Plojhar.