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Union Bank staff wins double for 2nd consecutive year at 18th SLIM NASCO Awards


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Union Bank secured two main awards at the National Sales Congress Awards (NASCO), organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM). NASCO 2018 is its premier event, dedicated to recognise the efforts and performance of sales personnel. It is also the only national event to distinguish and reward Sri Lanka’s sales forces who are attached to various organisations. This year, over 750 entries have been registered for the categories from frontline staff, Executives and Territory Managers, representing 116 companies across 22 industries, 42 of which are first time participants.  This shows the competitiveness of the awards. 

Out of over 50 entries in the Banking Category, Chamara Rozairo and M. A. Sumedha Prasadika of Union Bank won the Silver award in the Sales Executive category and the Bronze award in Front Liner Category, respectively.

Commenting on the achievement, Vice President (Retail Banking) Chaya Jayawardena stated: “We are proud of this achievement, which demonstrates the outstanding performance of our young sales team, who have won this recognition at the only national event for Sales Professionals. These achievements require commitment, dedication, and hard work. We are proud to have a team of such achievers who made their mark at Union Bank.”


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