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Evensta signs up as official event services provider of TMC

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Evensta, a professional marketing services outfit, entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Sri Lanka’s exclusive corporate forum, The Management Club (TMC) to be its partner sponsor for a period for three years. 

“This occasion will be a landmark for both the TMC and Evensta in bringing together individual strengths for revamping of all TMC’s activities in the scope of events and corporate engagement activities,” said Evensta Proprietor Vasita Seneviratne. “Evensta is an established name in the corporate sector for comprehensive event solutions and client engagement activities. Now backed by a decade-long presence, it is a true testimony for dedicated, quality-driven reliable event services from concept to execution. The expanding services suite have been welcomed by its select customers where Evensta now caters to all print production requirements and in-venue branding projects of any scale. Scalable professional delivery being the forte, it serves automotive, medical, education, construction, travel and hospitality sectors in the diverse requirements of conglomerates to SMEs. With the Partner Sponsor status Evensta will be optimally positioned to support TMC’s progressive initiatives of building professionalism in the corporate sector,” further said Seneviratne.


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