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TMC Mt. Lavinia members to meet on 20 Jan. at Berjaya; Colombo members on 30 Jan. at Galadari

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The Management Club inaugurated in Feb 2002, by the then British High Commissioner Linda Duffield, is fast approaching its 20th year of operations as one of the few ‘home grown’ management associations with the vision of bringing together senior managers of varying disciplines so that they may ‘meet, greet and interact so that they may develop their soft and networking skills’.

The Management Club is an initiative of the Chartered Management Institute UK which comprise a worldwide membership of over 90,000.

A strict criteria is maintained to acquire suitable members who are academically or professionally qualified and holding three years’ experience in management, in the alternative those lacking in such qualifications but have been in management for five years in a recognised organisation are also accepted, all by invitation.

The Management Club now comprises of five clubs; Colombo at Galadari hotel, Mount Lavinia at Berjaya Mount Royal, Kalutara at Hibiscus/Ramadia, Negombo at Camelot Beach and the most recently inaugurated Wattala at Pegasus Reef Hotel. All these host hotels provide numerous benefits on presentation of a valid TMC membership card. All members of all clubs may patronise any or all the host hotels and obtain benefits such as year-round discounts of 20% on food and beverage together with discounts on many of the services the hotel provides. The premier Colombo Host Hotel at Galadari has a lounge and boardroom and a bottle bank for all members on a prior reservation basis. Monthly events such as ‘Members Speak’ and quarterly ‘Members Meet’ together with other major events are held throughout the year.

The two events to be held on 20 January at Berjaya and 30 January at Galadari, will provide an opportunity to the members of Mount Lavinia and Colombo to view a presentation on TMC and break out into an interactive session whereby some new member classifications, benefits and the future of TMC will be discussed.

All Mount Lavinia and Colombo members have been notified to be present together with guests who may be interested in becoming members at Berjaya at 7 p.m. and Galadari at 6 p.m. for an interesting evening culminating in fellowship and camaraderie.


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