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European Chamber to host networking evening on 10 Dec.


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The European Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (ECCSL) will be hosting a European Networking Cocktail in honour of the Ambassador of the European Union (EU) to Sri Lanka and the Maldives Denis Chaibi.

This networking event would provide an opportunity for local businesses to network with other high profile participants and invitees from the business world.

The ECCSL has an exclusive mandate to promote trade and investment opportunities between Sri Lanka and 28 European Union member countries and works closely with the Delegation of the European Union to Sri Lanka. As a premier business chamber, the ECCSL helps members and non-members to network with other businesses and maximise business opportunities. 

Event – European Networking Cocktail 

Date – 10 December 2019 (Tuesday)

Time – 6.30 pm – 9.00 pm (Registration from 6.30pm to 7.00pm)

Location – Eiger, Mövenpick Hotel Colombo

The event is open for both members of the ECCSL and non–members.

For registration please contact - 11-250-7622 or email admin@eccsl.lk, clientservicing@eccsl.lk


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