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The Management Club (TMC) formed in 2001 under the auspices of the Chartered Management Institute – UK Sri Lanka Branch is a forum dedicated to uplift management practices in Sri Lanka on par with the best international standards and strives to achieve this by providing constant opportunities for member interaction and participation at appropriate business and personal enhancement programs in the varied disciplines that make up the field of management. The Corporate Sponsors of TMC are: UB Finance and First Capital, Support Sponsors are Kleen Park, Airtel and Sponge, Servicer sponsors: Sign Tech advertising Services (Signage), Nine Hearts Colour Labs (Paper), Sharp Graphic House (Printing), Studio Sri – 3G (Photography), Singer Sri Lanka (Electronic equipment), Soft Logic IT and Office Automation . TMC’s media sponsors are – Daily Financial Times and MTV/ YES FM. TMC operates its Principal Club at the Galadari Hotel (011 5860000) Suite 206. Its associate Clubs are based at the Berjaya Mt Royal Beach Hotel, Camelot Beach Hotel Negombo, Hibiscus Kalutara and Ramadia Ranmal Holiday Resort Moratuwa. Inquiries for membership to the Management Club by email to: tmcsecretariat2012@ gmail.com/fs@maritimesl.com.


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