Leadership forum by SLIM being held at Jasmine
BMICH – Sri Lanka’s iconic landmark – recommenced its operations on 23 June after the COVID-19 lockdown with a corporate event for CEOs.
The event organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) under its ‘Restart Sri Lanka’ initiative, a national program to reengineer businesses facilitated by the globally renowned Omar Khan as guest speaker, was held at the Jasmine Hall accommodating 100 SLIM invitee CEOs from the corporate sector.
“BMICH has implemented nimble and responsive health safety plans including screening, checking temperatures of each individual prior to entering the BMICH premises, personal distancing with spaced seating, hand washing and sanitising etc to ensure a health safety environment in consultation with health and other relevant authorities,” said BMICH Chief Executive Sunil Dissanayake.
“As Sri Lanka restarts according to the new normal, BMICH ensures a safe environment for all our guests, visitors and staff by implementing a well-supervised program of measures. Our team is available to provide an overview of the health safety measures that have been implemented to our prospective clientele who wish to host their events at one of BMICH’s many excellent, state-of-the-art venues,” he added.
BMICH is Sri Lanka’s largest and Asia’s very first purpose-built convention centre with ultra-modern facilities. Recently redesigned, renovated and refurbished, BMICH is South Asia’s Premier Integrated MICE Complex with all the facilities required to host any type of convention, seminar, exhibition, conference or wedding including multi-day international conventions and conferences.