Digital Mobility Solutions Lanka (Private) Limited (“PickMe”) is a Sri Lankan technology company which provides a ride hailing application that enables customers to hail a vehicle (motor rickshaw, car or minibus) through their smartphone. The proposed investment will support PickMe’s nationwide expansion plans.
Mr. Jiffry Zulfer Hassen is the founder and largest shareholder. Other shareholders include Ajit Damon Gunewardene, Lanka Orix Information Technology Services Ltd, Interblocks Limited, H Capital (Private) Limited, and Ruchi Hubert Gunewardene.
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Digital Mobility Solutions Lanka (Private) Limited
Ms. Tasnim Salie
Consultant – Corporate Finance
No 309, High Level Road, Colombo 6, Sri Lanka
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