Saturday, 2 August 2014 00:00
With an excellent agenda which had attracted close to 450 participants by Monday 28 July, the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce has been compelled to close registrations for the Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2014.
The Chamber, which organises the summit on an annual basis, had initially premeditated to register 350 participants, but went further to accommodate 450 plus participants, taking into consideration the high demand from interested parties.
A Chamber spokesman stated that whilst they had made every endeavour to accommodate all requests for registration, it has now become impossible to house more than 450 participants and expressed their regret and any inconvenience caused by this decision to interested stakeholders.
The two-day event, which is scheduled to be held on 5 and 6 August in Colombo, will discuss the topic of ‘Sri Lanka 2020: Towards Surpassing the $ 7,000 Per Capita’.