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Scan Products recognises achievers of the year


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Best Sales Representative Winner Roshan Rangama receiving the Gold Award from C.W. Mackie PLC Executive Director – Internal Trading Mangala Perera at Scan Annual Sales Conference 2017/18 held at Hotel Club Palm Bay – Marawila

 

The FMCG arm of C.W. Mackie PLC, Scan Products Division successfully completed their Annual Sales Conference 2018, which was recently held at Club Palm Bay Hotel, Marawila. The residential sales conference was organised to achieve three main strategic objectives; to provide a training opportunity, award and recognise the achievers, and preview the objectives of the next financial year.

The most momentous and colourful item in the agenda of the entire event was the award ceremony where the Scan field sales force recognised sales professionals who delivered outstanding performances and awarded them with Star Awards. The high performing field sales force members who went beyond the boundaries of assigned targets during last financial year were awarded at that glamorous evening, encouraging others to endeavour to be proud recipients of the awards in years to come. The Gold Award was won by Roshan Rangama, while the Silver Award was received by Gihan Adikari and Krishan Nalinda was awarded the Bronze Award.

The training sessions were organised under two different scopes, namely technical sales training and motivational and leadership training, which were well conducted by two reputed corporate trainers. The whole objective of organising these tailor-made training sessions was to uplift the skills and groom the sales team to take on challenges and future leadership opportunities. 

The Annual Sales Conference was the platform to unveil the Business Plan for the new financial year 2018/19, preview next year’s objectives and set up the strategies to achieve the set targets. ‘One Goal >> One Force’ was declared as the theme of this year.

Commenting on this occasion C.W. Mackie PLC Executive Director Mangala Perera said, “The Fast Moving Consumer Goods sector of the group has expanded their activities during the last three to five years, and is in the process of further expanding by way of adding new products and line extensions. Though 2017/18 was a challenging year mainly due to external macroeconomic influences, due to the commitment and dedication of front liners in the field, the Company was able to achieve its pre-set top line targets. Therefore, at this occasion, I recognise with much appreciation the contribution from our field sales force. This Sales Conference is where we recognise their accomplishments during the past Financial Year, review the progress and identify their draw backs and address them and finally plan how to succeed and achieve the common corporate goals.” 


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