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PIMA partners with zMessenger


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An MOU was signed between the PIM Alumni Association and zMessenger, the No. 1 digital marketing entity in Sri Lanka recently, with Postgraduate Institute of Management Director Prof. Ajantha Dharmasiri signing on behalf of the PIM Alumni Association.

The agreement was signed at the PIM office last week. The participants included Prof. Dharmasiri, coordinating resource personnel between PIMA and PIM Samantha Rathnayaka, PIM Alumni President and East West Foods Ltd. CEO Dinesh Hamangoda, PIM Alumni Secretary and ACL Cables Plc GM Marketing Denzil Perera and zMessenger CEO Jayomi Lokuliyana.


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