CIM Sri Lanka appoints board for 2017

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The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Sri Lanka announced the appointment of the board for 2017, at the 21st Annual General Meeting which took place on 1stDecember at the Hotel Galadari Colombo. 
Brian Selvanayagam, Managing Director of On’ally Holdings PLC was appointed as the new Chairman whilst Asanga Ranasinghe, CEO, Brandix Lanka Ltd.was appointed as President of the Institute. Ranasinghe succeeds Stuart Chapman, who completed his term of three years. Unfolding the strategy for 2017, Brian Selvanayagam said “I believe our singular focus should be about promoting the CIM qualification. We need to educate the corporates about the value in recruiting CIM qualified staff to their organization and also ensure CIM recognition in the industry. This should be 
our priority”. 
The members of the Board for 2017 include, Brian Selvanayagam, as the Chairman, SanjikaPerera, Country Manager, Sabre Corporation as the immediate Past Chairman, Amal Fernando, Head of New Business Development at MAS Brands Private Limitedasthe Vice Chairman, Sujith Silva, Managing Director Inspire Holdings (Pvt) Ltd as the Honorary Secretary, Sumudu Thanthirigoda, General  Manager, Sales and Marketing, ACL Cables PLC as the Treasurer ,Dilini Rathnayake, Brand Manager, Ceylinco Life Insurance asthe Head of Education, Rajiv David, Marketing Manager, Union Bank PLC as the Head of Membership Development, Roshan Kaluarachchi, Chief Business Strategies officer, subsidiary companies of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC as the Head of Corporate Communications, Charaka Perera, Director, Stafford Motors (Pvt) Ltd as the Head of Corporate Trainings, Muditha Hewawanitunga, Regional Manager, Sarvodaya Development Finance as the Head of Networking and KanchanaKarunagama, Senior Manager, Personal Financial Services, Hatton National Bank Plc as the Head of Market Interest Group and Chris Daly, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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