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MTI Consulting launches CEO Survey for 2019


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MTI’s Thought Leadership Team, comprising (from left) Rajika Sangakkara (Sri Lanka), Dr. Jason Cordier (New Zealand), Saima Mazhar (Bangladesh), Naush Beg (Dubai), and Darshana Buragohain (India)

  • Exclusively with Wijeya Newspapers Group for 8th year

For the eighth consecutive year, MTI Consulting will be carrying out the CEO Business Outlook Survey in association with the Wijeya Newspapers Group. The annual survey will be conducted during the last weeks of December, with the results being released exclusively in Wijeya Newspapers during the fourth week of January 2019.

Over 200 Sri Lankan CEOs from multiple sectors will take part in this annual thought leadership initiative by Sri Lanka’s leading strategy consultancy, MTI Consulting, and Sri Lanka’s leading newspaper group, Wijeya Newspapers Ltd.

The survey will cover the opinions of CEOs on the business environment in 2018, their perceptions of how the global and Sri Lankan economy will shape up, expectations for their own businesses in 2019, and what they see as the main challenge for the Sri Lankan economy and their own businesses.

MTI Consulting is an internationally networked boutique management consultancy, offering advisory services in strategy, strategic planning, corporate re-structuring, process re-engineering, performance management, international market entry, feasibility studies, due diligence, corporate finance, M&A, HR, executive search/head hunting, marketing strategy, branding, and market research. Since its inception in 1997, MTI has worked on over 650 assignments in more than 43 countries, covering a diverse range of industries, clients and business challenges.


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