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Market Research Society of Sri Lanka appoints new team for 2019


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Board of Directors of MRSSL. From left: Roshani Fernando (Quantum Consumer Solutions), Dilini Jayasuriya (Breakthrough Business Intelligence), Sharang Pant (Nielsen Lanka), Himalee Madurasinghe (Kantar) and Neel De Silva (SRL)
 

Executive Committee of MRSSL. Front row from left: Hitheshi Almeida (Breakthrough Business Intelligence), Chamika Fernando (Kantar), Roshani Fernando (Quantum Consumer Solutions), Therica Miyanadeniya (Nielsen Lanka), Himalee Madurasinghe (Kantar) and Ayesha Riffsy (Kantar).Second row from left: Sampath Dissanayaka (SRL), Sanjeewa Thilakarathna((Nielsen Lanka), Sakuntha Amarasekere (Kantar), Dharshana Amarasinghe (Breakthrough Business Intelligence), Neomal Marambe (Quantum Consumer Solutions), Lakmal Balalle (Nielsen Lanka), Ruwan Algewattage (Quantum Consumer Solutions)
 

Market Research Society (MRSSL) of Sri Lanka has appointed its Board of Directors under the Chairmanship of Sharang Pant. 

The new Executive Committee for the year 2019 was elected at the 6th Annual General Meeting of the Society held recently. Roshani Fernando was elected President, along with 11 new ExCo members.

MRSSL said change is inevitable and the pace of change has increased in every industry during the last few years. The market research industry in Sri Lanka too has come together to raise the bar and work together for the development of the industry. MRSSL will be spearheading many initiatives this year towards the benefit of its members and the industry at large.

The committee will provide leadership to carry out MRSSL’s mission to inspire, guide and facilitate all thought and efforts towards the advancement of Market Research in Sri Lanka


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