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Jude Joseph to present at next TMC Members Speak


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Jude Joseph a founder member as well as a Past Chairman of TMC Colombo will be making a presentation at the next ‘Members Speak’ on the topic of, ‘Jaffna – Rainbow search for its colours’. 

He counts over 30 years of corporate level experience in the private business/corporate sector with general management experience in FMCG and consumer durables retailing of global brands. He has significant knowledge and experience in cross functional areas such as marketing, finance, manufacturing and human resource management. 

He is a recognised professional who is being invited to deliver speeches in professional fora.

He holds Bachelor’s Degree (BA) majoring in Economics with Statistics and Mathematics, Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Financial Administration (PG Dip in Buss & Fin Admn.), Postgraduate Diploma (Dip. M) in Marketing – CIM, UK, and Certified Professional Marketer (CPM-Asia Pacific). 

 


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