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The Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka together with Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) will be hosting a joint forum under the theme ‘Economy 2019 – A Legislative and Corporate Viewpoint’on 27 September from 6 p.m. onwards at the Union Ballroom, Hilton Colombo Residences. 

The speakers of the program are Minister of Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure Harin Fernando, Minister of Plantation Industries Navin Dissanayake, Aitken Spence PLC Director Dr. Rohan Fernando, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Chief Economist Shiran Fernando and Hatton National Bank PLC Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody, will serve as the Moderator. The program will highlight the legislative changes that will drive economic changes in the country in the coming year.

CIM Sri Lanka Head of Membership Development Charaka Perera stated: “The main objective of the CIM-SLIM Joint Forum is to initiate productive discussions within the community and to impart knowledge on trending themes, challenges and opportunities in the country. The timely topic will highlight how the economic and the legislative climate of a country impact the business environment and how well the corporate entities should prepare to face. Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing President Pradeep Edwardstated, “As the national body for marketing, SLIM has always remained proactive in adding value to the nation’s efforts towards economic prosperity. This time SLIM joined hands with CIM Sri Lanka for the ‘Economy 2019’ forum, which definitely would add value to the business fraternity in the current context of a dynamic and complex marketing environment.” 

This forum will bring together Business leaders, CIM/SLIM Members and Corporate Executives and it will be a platform for participants to gain knowledge and share valuable insights which would help them in making decisions in their own organisations.

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