Home / Business/ Oppo holds sales motivational and training camp

Oppo holds sales motivational and training camp

Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Saturday, 10 March 2018 00:00

  • Recognises  outstanding performers and enhances expertise

In a move to provide unique training and development opportunities to employees, global smartphone brand Oppo held a two-day sales motivational and training camp themed ‘Simple and Focused: Run to Achieve’ at Laya Leisure Resort, Kukuleganga recently, primarily targeting the sales teams. 

The eventful and inspiring event not only focused on recognising the performance excellence of high achieving sales staff but also provided the motivational camping experience to employees of all the other departments across the organisation. In addition, the overall activities and the tone of the event focused on educating all employees about the company culture, Oppo brand, its message as well as organisational objectives for 2018.  

“Our employees drive the success of the company. Their energy, commitment and hard work translate into growth in terms of volume and outreach while engaging more customers with the OPPO brand. Mindful of this fact, we consistently invest in developing our employees’ skills and recognising their invaluable contribution. The motivational and training camp was part of that organisational commitment,” stated Oppo Lanka CEO Bob Li. 

The camp activities begun with a commencement speech by Li, who discussed best sales techniques, brand development of the past and future plans for the brand Oppo. 

The award ceremony held during the first day saw outstanding sales personnel being recognised and awarded, including promoters, sales executives, assistant sales managers and regional managers. The oath taking ceremony during which all participants pledged to strive for excellence in building up the brand was a key highlight of the day’s activities. Wrapping up the first day in true Oppo style, the participants captured a ‘group selfie’ before the night of fellowship began. 

Activities of the second day included adventure sports, team building and motivational games, air rifle shooting, aerial rope courses, obstacle courses, boat rides as well as a cricket match. The second day’s activities focused on achieving HR goals such as building leadership skills, team spirit and motivating the employees. 

The two-day camp was an outstanding success with the participants engaging in all activities with enthusiasm and characteristic vitality of the Oppo brand.  Upon conclusion of the two-day event, all participants walked away with ample knowledge and insights into Oppo Lanka’s plans for 2018 and the overall values and the culture connected to the company. 

OPPO, known as the selfie expert, caters to a youthful demographic who seek innovative technology, meticulous design and camera expertise. 


Share This Article


1. All comments will be moderated by the Daily FT Web Editor.

2. Comments that are abusive, obscene, incendiary, defamatory or irrelevant will not be published.

3. We may remove hyperlinks within comments.

4. Kindly use a genuine email ID and provide your name.

5. Spamming the comments section under different user names may result in being blacklisted.


Today's Columnists

In the desert of Tamil films, actor Sivaji Ganesan was an oasis

Saturday, 22 September 2018

‘Indian Film,’ first published in 1963 and co-authored by former Columbia University Professor Erik Barnouw and his student Dr. Subrahmanyam Krishnaswamy, is considered a seminal study of the evolution and growth of Indian cinema. The book is cit

Imran may turn blind eye to blasphemy law and persecution of Ahmadiyyas

Saturday, 22 September 2018

There are clear signs that Pakistan’s freshly minted Prime Minister, Imran Khan, will make a sincere effort to reduce corruption and maladministration in the domestic sphere. In foreign affairs he is likely to make a brave attempt to mend fences wi

The rate of exchange, capital flight and the Central Bank

Friday, 21 September 2018

The Central Bank (CBSL) exists for the sole purpose of price stability. Its controls on the financial system and monetary policy exist to maintain price stability. As put forth many times by the Governor, the failing of the CBSL to control inflation

Red flag over the Sri Lankan Navy

Friday, 21 September 2018

Shocking story Rusiripala, a former banker in Sri Lanka, who has taken to writing in Daily FT, is perturbed by the red flag I have raised (Daily FT article 18 September) over the shocking charge that our Navy had operated a ransom gang that had abduc

Columnists More