MIMT to sponsor 35th National Conference of Chartered Accountants with gold sponsorship

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The MAS Institute of Management and Technology (MIMT) recently joined hands with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka to power the 35th National Conference of Chartered Accountants with a gold sponsorship.
 From left: CA Sri Lanka Secretary/CEO Aruna Alwis, National Conference 2014 Chairman Heshana Kuruppu, CA Sri Lanka Vice President Lasantha Wickremasinghe, CA Sri Lanka President Arjuna Herath, MAS Fabric Park Director Misver Deane, MAS Fabric Park DGM – Finance Yasanath V. Perera and MAS Fabric Park Senior Manager – Marketing and Operations Deepal Lokugalappaththi
The National Conference scheduled to be held from 23 to 25 October at Waters Edge will revolve around the thought-provoking theme ‘Rethink to Revive’ which will educate participants on the importance of moving ahead with time by re-thinking the existing business models and conventional wisdom in order to tackle a paradigm shift. Mas Fabric Park Director Misver Deane speaking on the sponsorship said his company acknowledges the importance of being associated with Sri Lanka’s most widely recognised accounting body in its perseverance on the theme Rethink to Revive since MAS Fabric Park and MIMT is much passionate on its own strategy of shifting from excessive consumption of depleting energy resources plus high waste throwing out to the environment to value driven, safe and sustainable, knowledge driven circular systems. “This year’s conference centering on the Rethink to Revive will help the corporates understanding the emerging trends in the global market space, which will shape the future global competitive market arena,” Deane said Welcoming MIMT onboard, CA Sri Lanka President Arjuna Herath noted that every year the national conference sees an impressive participation surpassing 1,200 chartered accountants including top business leaders representing leading companies and thus, securing the support of organisations such as MAS was yet another important endorsement to the event’s standing. “This year’s conference will delve in depth on the importance of moving from traditional business models, manufacturing processes and corporate thinking, which can also help increase the global consumption, while emerging markets especially in Asia play a key role in helping drive this increase and shift. Therefore this year’s conference will be an important platform as it will teach chartered accountants to see themselves in a new light, helping them rethink and revive while being the catalyst of change,” he said.