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Highlight of Sri Lanka Institute of Directors’ social calendar returns!


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Taking a delightful turn from its usual corporate training programs, workshops and seminars, the Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID) brings together an elegant evening, starting with a drinks reception extending to wining and dining at an exquisite six course dinner whilst listening to the De Lanerolle brothers accompanied by the 18 piece National Unity Orchestra. The National Unity Orchestra comprises highly talented artistes from around the island performing together for the first time.

This event on 20 October at King’s Court, Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel, would be an ideal opportunity for you to entertain your premier customers and colleagues to a night of elegant entertainment amongst Sri Lanka’s corporate heads and their guests whilst supporting SLID’s initiative in promoting Boardroom Corporate Governance. Call 2301646/8 for more information.

The proceeds from this event will go towards SLID’s endeavour in taking the message of Corporate Governance to the provinces. SLID organises many programs focusing primarily on the topic of corporate governance. 

These programs are held on a monthly basis mainly for the corporate fraternity of Colombo. However with the growing disparity between the corporates in the Western province as opposed to the others, SLID has begun to expand its target group by organising seminars on ‘Conducting Business Responsibly’ in other provinces, totally free of charge. 

Over the past years SLID has organised such seminars in Gampaha, Kandy, Ratnapura, Trincomalee, Batticaloa, Hambanthota, Matara, Vavuniya, Mannar, Killinochchi, Jaffna, and Ampara and plans to cover Kurunegala as well within the next few months.


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