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Following are comments from TMC members Duneeshya Bogoda and Dilshan Indiketiya, on the Member’s Speak speech by Dhushy Thillaivasan on The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Business and Work’.  

Dhushy Thillaivasan enlightened all the participants about the revolutions that have taken place during the past centuries and the various businesses it gave birth to. These revolutions paved the path to a better and brighter future for everyone. These revolutions changed the economy status of many countries and caused countries with poverty and low economy to have a better future. Thillaivasan also explained to us about the new technologies being developed and it was quite exciting to listen. The event was very educational and was highly enjoyed by all the participants. It was interesting, most valuable, fascinating, insightful, well-worth listening and Thillaivasan kept everyone connected with him for more than an hour with no distractions. Glad that we attended. Thank you TMC, it was a time well spent. 

 


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