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TMC Colombo holds 13th AGM


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Standing from left: Sujith Bandulahewa, Chamath Soysa, Jezaayar Hassendeen, Prabath Gunasekera, Senaka Abeykoon Seated from left: Rienzie Cooray (Treasurer), Manjula Wijemanne (Chairman), Nishnantha Delgoda (Vice Chairman) Absent: Dimantha Nanayakkar (Secretary)

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TMC Colombo held its 13th AGM on 1 November. Manjula Wijemanne was elected unanimously as the Chairman for the second successive year.

The office of The Management Club is at Hotel Galadari and members of the club are entitled to use, its lounge free of charge and the board room at a nominal fee. Further, the members are can enjoy attractive discounts for food and beverages and on room charges, and have access to utilities such as the laundry (20% off), the gymnasium at an (40% off) etc.

 

The Management Club is an initiative of the Chartered Management Institute UK which facilitates socialising, networking and career development among the management professionals across all industries.

The Management Club has four member clubs in Colombo (Galadari Hotel), Negombo (Hotel Camelot), Mount Lavinia (Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel) and Kalutara (Hotel Hibiscus) with a total exceeding 500 members.

 

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