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De Lanerolle brothers to take stage at Fireside Chat


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The De Lanerolle brothers, who are currently performing in Australia, will take the stage at the event organised by the international Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Sri Lanka Division and Daily FT on 29 August at the Hilton Ballroom Colombo from 6.00 p.m. onwards.  

The fireside is organised to recognise Sri Lanka’s most prominent and leading entrepreneursand the value they create for their shareholders, customers, employees and the general community. This is the first time Sri Lanka’s most prominent entrepreneurs will be on one platform to share their thoughts on the future of business, the country, their experiences and also tell their stories while discussing their ideas with an interviewer. This exclusive event will feature Harry Jayawardena, Sumal Perera, Dhammika Perera, Merrill J. Fernando, Ashok Pathirage and Janak Hirdaramani. 

The Fireside Chat will be moderated by ICC Sri Lanka Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody and Daily FTEditorNisthar Cassim. Both Nisthar and Dinesh have moderated many sessions and have the experience to keep the conversation interesting, interactive and enriching. The knowledge partner for the event is Deloitte Consulting.

 


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