Prime Group – the country’s leading real estate company and the only one in the industry to be ICRA [A] – Stable rated in Sri Lanka – won two prestigious awards at the 10th BestWeb.lk 2020. Participating in the annual web competition, the Group emerged a winner in two categories – winning the Gold award for ‘Best Corporate Website’. Prime Group also secured the Silver award for the overall competition. This is definitely a true testament to the Group’s strong focus on furthering technology, innovation, and design.
Prime Group’s corporate website, www.primelands.lk, won the Gold Award in the ‘Corporate’ category and the Silver Award in the ‘Overall Winners’ category out of over 485 entries. And this phenomenal success is attributed to the hard work, dedication and collective efforts of the Prime Group’s IT and Digital Marketing Teams, along with the expertise of Lithium Technologies which was instrumental in developing the website.
Prime Group has always provided the best of services for the past 25 years, rightfully earning the trust of its customers and loyalty of its employees. The Group has been recognised for its all-round excellence, having been chosen as a Great Place to Work for the past five consecutive years, crowned as one of Asia’s top 100 brands, and acknowledged as the Best Developer in Sri Lanka for two consecutive years by PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards.
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