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CIMA Tour de Colombo 2018 on 8 Dec at Colombo Race Course Grounds


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CIMA Sri Lanka’s highly popular member engagement event, Tour de Colombo, will be held for the 4th consecutive year on 08 December at the Colombo Race Course Grounds.  The Tour de Colombo is a team-based competition which tests participants’ strategizing skills and mental prowess as they take part in activities in several locations around Colombo, overcoming numerous entertaining challenges within the shortest possible time span.  Team collaboration, problem solving, contingency planning, leadership and decision making will take centre stage.  The event will be managed and executed by a professional event planner with a significant amount of experience in organising such events for leading corporate and social organisations.

Whilst open to the general public, the only entry criteria set is that each team of five should carry at least one CIMA member or an exam passed finalist.  Over the past 2 years, this event has seen a diverse mix of participants, compromising of friends, colleagues and family members.  Exciting prizes are on offer for the top 3 teams.  Lending their support to make this event a success is FriMi.

For more information and registrations, interested participants are encouraged to contact the CIMA office in Colombo by contacting them on 2503880

 


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