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Rohan Amirthiah to speak on ‘Quality Beats Price’ at Members Speak

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Rohan Amirthiah

Rohan Amirthiah a well-known corporate leader in the automobile-related industry for several years as the Managing Director of Wurth Lanka Ltd., is to speak on the importance of “quality against price”. The topic addresses how value placed on quality products is almost always more than that of those that are inferior. Amirthiah will share insights on he would define quality and how such quality would take precedence over price. Members and guests are invited to reserve their seats early for this program scheduled for 19 September at the Galadari Hotel. Interested participants may call TMC hotline 071 586 0000/011 586 0000 or email tmc.srilanka@gmail.com 


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