Last Updated : 2019-08-17 21:19:00

SLIM Experience Sharing Forum with Kasthuri Wilson

8 February 2019 10:21 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

A A A

The Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) will hold its first Experience Sharing Forum for the year 2019 at Marino Beach Hotel on February 11 at 6.30 pm.  The forum is also billed as Networking Night for SLIM membership. The event will include cocktails and an evening of fellowship for marketers. 
Ms. Kasthuri Wilson, Managing Director of Hemas Pharmaceuticals and Hemas Logistics and Maritime Sector of Hemas Holdings PLC will deliver the keynote address on the theme ‘Engaging Teams Together in Tough Times’.

As the national body for Marketing, SLIM introduced the Experience Sharing Forum (ESF) to offer an opportunity for professional Marketers to learn from the experiences of veterans in the field. Open exclusively to SLIM members, the ESF is an event organised thrice every year. The event always features high-profile speakerswho share their corporate experiences with the SLIM membership.  
Pradeep Edward, the President of SLIM and the CEO of Lanka Hospitals Diagnostics said: “It is indeed a pleasure to invite a celebrated corporate head to share her experiences with SLIM members. I am certain that this forum will be a great opportunity for all of us to learn about managing and engaging teams in times of crisis.”

Please contact Chamil 0703 774 585 for reservations

  Comments - 0


Add comment

Comments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.

Reply To:

Name - Reply Comment


Mass sterilization narrative taking ironic turns

Contradictory developments, difficulties in proving charges, glaring conflict

Global waste trade Is Sri Lanka the newest waste dumping ground

When it comes to handling waste, Sri Lanka stands at a primitive level. Or so

Coping with yet Another Dengue Outbreak !

After a particularly hot and humid May this year, many Sri Lankans would have