Victoria's Secret

Dinakar, S.
July 2007
Forbes Asia;7/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 13, p24
The article features Sri Lankan entrepreneur Mahesh Amalean, co-founder of MAS Holdings, the largest lingerie maker in South Asia. The company differentiates itself through corporate social responsibility programs. Its factories are air-conditioned and spacious. Employees are fed well, provided with clean toilets and individual lockers. A day nursery and two nurses watch over the well-being of employees and their children.


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