Hotel project in sri lank

Sabargamuwa, Sri Lanka

100% Raised

Short Summary

Hotel project close to tropical forest area in sri lanka.

Highlights

  • Land is in a world famouse Forrest area.
  • You don't find species that you see in this area.
  • Cost for the constructions are minimum.
  • Can garunt the profit.
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Overview

Target
US$25,000
Minimum
US$125,000
Investment Raised
US$25,000
Previous Rounds US$25,000
Stage Profitable
Investor Role Silent

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