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The Institute of Hospitality Sri Lanka International Branch holds ‘Chairman’s Black-tie Dinner’


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The Institute of Hospitality is a professional body for managers working and studying in the hospitality, leisure and tourism industries, which has been playing a major role in tourism in Sri Lanka since the ‘90s. Today the institute has grown into a global authority in the hospitality business and continues to lead the role in evolving tourism industry. The event ceremony held for the 19th consecutive year this time, aims to strengthen the skills development and proper training for hospitality industry personnel. 

The occasion was graced by Minister of Tourism Development John Amarathunga, British High Commissioner James Dauris with other distinguished guests.

 


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