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Leading industry experts to guide business managers

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Acclivity Training announces that an eminent panel of speakers is coming together to provide guidance to managers and aspiring managers on business skills that are essential for the day-to-day running of an organisation. The program covers a wide range of topical subjects and is structured in five pillars that are covered by five half-day sessions in Colombo.

The first pillar would be Corporate Finance and Taxation, which will be led by Commercial Bank PLC Chief Financial Officer Nandika Buddhipala, and Ernst and Young Partner

Duminda Hulangamuwa respectively. The second pillar on Big Data, Customers and Supply Chain will be led by Virtusa Associate Architect, Data Science Selvendra Selvarajah, Management and Marketing Consultant and Senior Lecturer Prasanna Perera, and Brandix Apparels Ltd. Group Head Supply Chain Chathura Dissanayake, respectively. The third pillar on, Managing Human Capital and Digitalisation and Cyber, will be led by Ashanthi Fernando, Group Human Resources, Dialog Axiata PLC and Clehan Pulle, Director/Chief Executive Officer at Finetech Consultancy Ltd. – Google Cloud Partner. The fourth pillar on the Legal Aspects of business, Employment Regulations and Corporate Governance will be led by Dr. Harsha Cabral (PC), Chairman Tokyo Cement, Kanishka Weerasinghe, Director General Employers’ Federation of Ceylon and Asite Talwatte, Chairman Management Systems Ltd. respectively. The final session on the Sri Lankan Economy, Banking and Capital Markets will be led by Anushka Wijesinha, Advisor, Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade, Dilshan Rodrigo, Chief Operation Officer, HNB PLC, and Rajeeva Bandaranaike, Chief Executive Officer of the Colombo Stock Exchange respectively. Acclivity Training says that participants have the option of attending all the pillars and obtain certificate of participation or attending selected pillars. Registrations will be on a first come first served basis.

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