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Sarva Colombo celebrates 13 years of exponential growth

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  • Agency strategically expands to offer 720-degree solutions

 Thirteen years on from humble beginnings as an agency with just five employees, Sarva Colombo stands today as a force to be reckoned with in the local advertising sphere. Having strategically expanded its team to enhance its position as a total growth solutions provider, the agency is now set to provide 720-degree solutions, including culture transformation.

Coming on board Sarva in its thirteenth year are Chief Strategy Officer Sharmila Cassim; Behavioural/Organisational Psychologist Rozaine Cooray; Financial Strategist Naresh Abeysekara; and Brands Director Dharshana Senerath. The new additions to Sarva’s team reflect the direction in which the agency is heading. Its portfolio of clients will be provided with a strategic route and solutions to develop their internal and external communications and incite culture transformation. Additionally, Imesh Goonewardene, who has been with Sarva since inception, takes on the role of Chief Operating Officer.

From creative cooks to short film directors, music producers to authors, temple mural artists to award winning photographers and more, Sarva’s creative team, while diverse, share a common passion to create effective communication campaigns that deliver growth to our clients.

Sharing his thoughts on Sarva’s progress since inception, Managing Director Chrishantha Jayasinghe shared: “For the past 13 years, our focus has been on growing our clients’ business. As we step into our 13th year, we are glad to have strengthened and enhanced our services to help our clients grow further, by including culture transformation and internal communication solutions.”

The award-winning agency has been the recipient of two Gold Abbys and a Best of South Asia Award at Goafest - India in the recent past. Along with the many accolades to its credit, Sarva Colombo has achieved explosive growth for many of its clients, notably, 500% growth for Denta and Softlogic Finance respectively, and 600% growth for Caltex Coolant. It has also secured partnerships with CIM, CIMA, and other reputed business entities across a spectrum of industries, in both the recent past and at present.

Sarva Colombo is reputed for creating effective growth-driven communications through strategies and insights based on research, many of which are conceptualised in Sinhala and Tamil. The agency continues to deliver exceptional results for high calibre brands in the banking and non-banking financial sector, and in the educational, telecommunications, medical, automobile and FMCG industries, respectively. With a passionate and talented 60-member team, Sarva Colombo maintains that effective advertising is the only advertising worth paying for. 


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