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Big draw for most sought-after post-Budget forum


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Considered the most sought after post-Budget forum, the Daily FT-Colombo University MBA Alumni Association-organised event drew a record crowd at the Cinnamon Grand Oak Room last week. It was the eighth consecutive post-Budget forum organised by the two. HSBC was the Strategic Partner for the second consecutive year. The Technical Partner was PwC, Creative Partner was Redworks, Electronic Media Partner was Gold FM and Print Partner was Print Point whilst Emovyz partnered to carry out an instant poll among participants 

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