It is Dreamron’s desire to be an aspirational catalyst to surface the beauty that runs skin deep to reveal the true worth in the overall personality of the beauty conscious consumer through 03 key brands namely Dreamron, Evon and Aurica.
The portfolio of businesses under the Dreamron group also include; contract manufacturing for other local and MNC cosmetic brands and Beauty College to elevate the professional standards of the industry in addition to exports to over 27 countries at present with more promising opportunities in the pipe-line.
Dreamron Group Managing Director/CEO Dr. Kishu Gomes said: “At a time when our nation needs more and more local companies to expand their footprint locally and more importantly in the export markets, this accolade while being so significant for Dreamron, also a huge inspiration to other local manufactures in making a greater contribution to the country’s economic growth. We are delighted to be within the elite list of large conglomerates, high profile blue-chip companies and other industry leaders across multiple industries. This recognition will encourage us further grow the business in a sustainable manner to elevate the quality of life of all Sri Lankans”
Dr. Priyanka Perera, Chairman, a veteran in the field of cosmetics with international experience and exposure single handedly drove the organization from strength to strength over the past 20 years and it’s on a revolutionary transformation to be a much stronger business to more aggressively take on the multiplying challenges for the betterment of all stakeholders of the business.
Dreamron recently appointed, former Miss Sri Lanka for Miss Universe Stephanie Siriwardhana to strengthen Dreamron’s brand equity in a more relevant way under the tag-line ‘’ A World Class You” – a tag-line probably only she can personify as a Sri Lankan with global admiration.
“Sri Lanka’s Most Respected Entities” listing and ranking is based on an annual survey commissioned and conceptualized by Lanka Monthly Digest (LMD) and conducted by Nielson, where a sample of 800 corporate respondents.