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Daily FT readers win free tickets to leadership guru John Mattone’s The Knowledge Forum


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Some of the lucky Daily FT readers who collected their tickets to today’s ‘The Knowledge Forum’ by world-famous “intelligent leadership” guru John Mattone from SLIM CEO Sanath Senanayake - Pic by Upul Abayasekera

 

 

Ten lucky readers of Daily FT have won a rare chance to secure an opportunity to be empowered by world-famous “intelligent leadership” guru John Mattone today at the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing-organised forum.

Since last Thursday, Daily FT in partnership with Singer (Sri Lanka) PLC carried a quiz which offered lucky readers a chance to attend the much-anticipated ‘The Knowledge Forum’ today, billed to draw nearly 1,000 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo.

Mattone is a best-selling author and renowned coach of legendary Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs. Though a large number of Daily FT readers vied for the chance, the ten lucky winners are:

Vimukthi Vishvanath, Kadawatha

R Ratnayake, Colombo 3.

P. Carvalho, Battaramulla

Ranmal Goonetilleke, Colombo 2

A.David, Mirihana

Kumar Navaratnam, Colombo

Lal Wijayawardhana, Colombo 1

Nipuni Madumali, Kiribathgoda

Harikaran Sivanathan, Colombo 6

S.G.S. de Silva, Dehiwela

 


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